Peter Drucker's 39 books have been translated into more than thirty languages; "I became an immediate convert--Maslow's evidence is overwhelming. But to date very few people have paid much attention." -- Peter Drucker, 1999
“Any attempt by management to enforce behavior that is contrary to human nature is preordained to fail. Conversely, management methods that compliment human nature are sure to provide wealth and well being for all concerned.”
John Nash, In “A Beautiful Mind,” Nash is at a bar with a group of friends when he begins to develop the theory of what is now called Nash equalibria, the idea that won him the Nobel Prize and the respect of his colleagues and loved ones, despite his schizophrenia.