For Managers, Ignorance Isn't Bliss

Not knowing one's own faults and weaknessesand being unaware that they even existis dangerous for top executives. Look no further than Zoe Cruz

About two years before he died, Peter Drucker told an interviewer that among the things he regretted in the course of his long and productive career was not writing a book—it would have been his 40th—called Managing Ignorance. He added, tantalizingly, that it was bound to have been his best, but otherwise he didn't elaborate.

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