Remembering Peter Drucker: An Avid Bystander

Today is the 111th birth anniversary of Peter Drucker, the father of management. Long ago, in 1987, when I was a management student, we had a course called Principles of Management which would build on the core management concepts to illustrate the practice of management. I read about Drucker and his classic “Concept of the … Continue reading Remembering Peter Drucker: An Avid Bystander

Advertisement

The Jingle Jangle Fallacy: Perspectives on Business Teaching

“Jingle–jangle fallacies refer to the erroneous assumptions that two different things are the same because they bear the same name (jingle fallacy) or that two identical or almost identical things are different because they are labeled differently (jangle fallacy)”.  (Wikipedia) Often, I have struggled with this fallacy when I read an article or participate in a … Continue reading The Jingle Jangle Fallacy: Perspectives on Business Teaching