Why Peter Drucker’s Writing Still Feels So Relevant

Harvard Business

In an era of rapid technological and social change, in which new management jargons seem to rise even faster than the disruptive startups that coin them, the career of Peter Drucker is perhaps as instructive as his writings themselves. His consideration of information technology in light of the history of the printing trade leads to surprising conclusions. Hungarian author (and Drucker contemporary) Arthur Koestler considered this competence the true source of creativity.