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Issue 32 - 03 | The Silent Revolution: Peter Drucker’s Voice Still Resonates

By Elizabeth Haas Edersheim
Published March 7, 2007 9:20 a.m.
A revolution in business has arrived, one built of human assets such as knowledge, information and collaborative exchanges, absent the noisy clamor of factories or the hum of machinery. And who better to shape the role of management during this revolution than the ageless voice of Peter Drucker, whose forward-thinking ideas on meaningful strategy still resonate and can act as a spur for innovation.

About Elizabeth Haas Edersheim | Elizabeth Haas Edersheim is a strategic consultant who works both with Fortune 500 companies and private equity investors. Prior to founding her own firm, New York Consulting Partners, Edersheim was one of the first female partners at McKinsey & Company. Her previous book, "McKinsey's Marvin Bower", illustrates the business life and ideals of the founder of McKinsey, her mentor, who was a close friend and peer of Dr. Drucker. Aside from her numerous publications, Dr. Haas Edersheim has provided expert testimony to the U. S. Congress on Industrial Networking and Industrial Manufacturing policy. She holds a Ph.D. in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.


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