Muhammad Yunus: The Unlikely Disciple

The Nobel Peace Prize winner's drive to help the poor through microfinance is a shining example of Drucker's principles in action

There is no shortage of people who exemplify Peter Drucker's principles and practices—a multitude of middle managers and top executives responsible for many millions, if not billions, of dollars in economic activity. Yet the most Drucker-like of all may well be a man who launched his enterprise with a series of transactions totaling 27 bucks.

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