16 Assorted Peter Drucker Quotes on Change, Decisions, and Marketing
October 25th, 2018
Following up on my earlier posts about Peter Drucker quotes to energize your work week (and beyond), this new post concentrates on quotes covering a 50-year period on topics that will never lose their importance:
“A major decision underlying marketing objectives is market standing.” – Management: Tasks, Responsibilities, Practices, 1974
“Of the top marketing lessons for the highly competitive twenty-first century, the most crucial one is that buying customers doesn’t work.” – The Daily Drucker, 2004
“Despite the emphasis on marketing and the marketing approach, marketing is still rhetoric rather than reality in far too many businesses.” – Management: Tasks, Responsibilities, Practices, 1974
All of the above books are worth exploring. Some are well known; others (particularly A Functioning Society) are more under-the-radar. I hope the explorations provide clarity and forward-thinking to your life and work!
@SuitTrader thanks for sharing my Drucker ‘small share of the market’ quote, Abdullah!
Peter #Drucker, 1974: "A company with a small share of the market will eventually become marginal in the marketplac… https://t.co/mh5v2lA6lS
@hollyfun1 thanks for sharing my tweet about the @MichaelJGelb @esalen workshop, Holly!
@ChauvinOn thanks for sharing my Drucker ‘daily tasks’ quote!
@SuitTrader thanks for sharing my Drucker weekend thought, Abdullah!
A #Drucker thought as we move through the weekend... https://t.co/zGDOpKT2al
@MichaelJGelb thanks for sharing my tweets about your @esalen workshop, Michael!