Management consultant Peter Drucker wrote a column for the WSJ in 1993, as General Motors, Xerox, Sears and IBM lost their clear business advantage. He sought to identify reasons why.
The article, which found five deadly sins in common with these corporate declines, is an interesting one, please read the descriptions and don’t be turned off by the subtitles.
Drucker’s fifth deadly sin is
— The last of the deadly sins is feeding problems and starving opportunities.… Read more