Table of contents for A class with Drucker : the lost lessons of the world's greatest management teacher / by William A. Cohen.

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Contents
Foreword 
Introduction
Chapter 1		How I Became the Student of the Father of Modern Management 
Chapter 2		Drucker in the Classroom
Chapter 3		What Everybody Knows Is Frequently Wrong
Chapter 4		Self-Confidence Must Be Built Step-by-Step
Chapter 5	If You Keep Doing What Worked in the Past, You're Going to Fail
Chapter 6		Approach Problems with Your Ignorance - Not Your Experience
Chapter 7	Develop Expertise Outside Your Field to Be an Effective Manager
Chapter 8		Outstanding Performance is Inconsistent with Fear of Failure
Chapter 9		The Objective of Marketing Is to Make Selling Unnecessary
Chapter 10		Ethics, Honor, Integrity and the Law
Chapter 11		You Can't Predict the Future, But You Can Create It
Chapter 12		We're All Accountable
Chapter 13		You Must Know Your People to Lead Them 
Chapter 14		People Have No Limits, Even After Failure 
Chapter 15	A Model Organization That Drucker Greatly Admired
Chapter 16		The Management Control Panel 
Chapter 17		Base Your Strategy on the Situation, Not on a Formula
Chapter 18		How to Motivate the Knowledge Worker
Chapter 19		Drucker's Principles of Self Development 
Afterword
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Management.
Executives -- Training of.
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005.
Cohen, William A., 1937-.