Peter Drucker

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Most business issues are not the result of things being done poorly or even the wrong things being done. Businesses fail because the assumptions on which the organization has been built and is being run no longer fit reality. These assumptions involve markets, customers, competitors, technology, and a company’s own strengths and weaknesses. The best CEOs have the courage to question: What is our business? What should it be? What should it not be?

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