Chapter from “The Drucker Difference” about mindfulness and management

Last year, in celebration of Peter Drucker’s centennial, the Drucker School faculty collaborated on a volume that explores Drucker’s continuing relevance in the 21st Century.

Scott Scherer and I co-wrote a chapter about how mindfulness and other inner skills are essential to helping knowledge workers be productive in this ever changing landscape of work.

There’s growing interest in how skills like mindfulness can be used in work settings. We attempt to lay out the arguments why. If you’re interested, please feel free to download the chapter below:

Hunter Scherer Knowledge Worker Productivity and Self Management from The Drucker Difference

If you’d like to have a copy of The Drucker Difference, link here to Amazon.

Link here to the British edition.

Link here to the Japanese edition.

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