Posts Tagged: Peter Drucker

The Greatest Danger in Times of Turbulence Isn’t the Turbulence-It is to Act with Yesterday’s Logic

This quote by management guru Peter Drucker is very relevant today. Citizens’ expectations of government have been ratcheted up significantly and utilizing the previously deployed approaches to address constituent’s concerns may no longer be successful. By now you are familiar with the different types of resistors and the strategies that they typically deploy. In theRead… Read more »

Leading Through Listening

Client management is always a challenge; there’s an implicit, ongoing challenge to forming mutual and clear expectations and partnerships from the very beginning. To achieve those expectations, one needs to learn how to lead through listening. I recall my early training in project management as an architect and later as a freelance consultant, learning howRead… Read more »