Authors: Peter F. Drucker,
An executive is only as good as his ability to get the job done — whether it is a small task or a large corporate event. Peter F. Drucker draws out and discusses five distinctive practices that will make a business executive effective. From learning to set priorities to exercising time-management, this book will prepare you for success.
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