Book has plenty of facts but falls short as a biography.... seems the Google guys never took a wrong turn and all of the oddball things they tried out made them superhuman... "Never since Guttenberg..." Please... The Narrator doesn't help either.
This author clearly used the Drucker name to attract attention. However, he does a poor job at adding any previously unknown Drucker wisdom, and instead uses this as a platform to bring his own additions as a "Drucker Disciple." This is not what is promised in the title. Personal anecdotes on Drucker classes and relationships can be intersting.. but in this case, the add no color to the interest in Druckers limited personal history. The Author also tries to connect ideas with modern examples, almost none of which have a clear connection to Drucker... and they often have only a casual inference to the idea and ramble on to boot.
In addition, the audio performance is miserable, as the author stumbles through his own material. There are other books on Drucker that far surpass this in content and focus.
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