Peter Drucker stressed application, rather than theory . . . again and again. Frequently he concluded his seminars with something like this: "Don’t tell me what a wonderful seminar I gave or how much you enjoyed it. Tell me what you are going to do differently Monday morning. He may have derived the general idea of the importance of applic Full Article »
The Golden Rule—"do unto others as you would have them do unto you"-- is regarded as such because its validity is thought to be universal and irrefutable. After all, who could really find fault with the idea of treating people the way one would prefer to be treated? Zynga and TELUS International, that is who! "The old adage is, ‘treat Full Podcast »
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