Peter Drucker emphasized throughout his career that organizations must engage in constant self-renewal. Individuals, he said, should do the same.
Those who maintain their effectiveness over a long period of time “build continuous learning into the way they live,” Drucker wrote. “They experiment. They are not satisfied with doing what they did yesterday. The very least they demand of themselves is that they do better, whatever they do, and more often, they demand of themselves that they do it differently.”
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