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Managing the Non-Profit Organization: Principles and Practices Managing the Non-Profit Organization: Principles and Practices by Peter F. Drucker
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“The three most charismatic leaders in this century inflicted more suffering on the human race than almost any trio in history: Hitler, Stalin, and Mao. What matters is not the leader's charisma. What matters is the leader's mission.”
Peter F. Drucker, Managing the Non-Profit Organization: Principles and Practices
“The "non-profit" institution neither supplies goods or services not controls. Its "product" is neither a pair of shoes nor an effective regulation. Its product is a changed human being. The non-profit institutions are human-change agents. Their "product" is a cured patient, a child that learns, a young man or woman grown into a self-respecting adult; a changed human life altogether.”
Peter F. Drucker, Managing the Non-Profit Organization: Principles and Practices
“Keep your eye on the task, not on yourself. The task matters, and you are a servant.”
Peter F. Drucker, Managing the Non-Profit Organization: Principles and Practices
“The “non-profit” institution neither supplies goods or services nor controls. Its “product” is neither a pair of shoes nor an effective regulation. Its product is a changed human being. The non-profit institutions are human-change agents. Their “product” is a cured patient, a child that learns, a young man or woman grown into a self-respecting adult; a changed human life altogether.”
Peter F. Drucker, Managing the Non-Profit Organization: Principles and Practices
“We need far too many leaders to depend only on the naturals.”
Peter F. Drucker, Managing the Non-Profit Organization: Principles and Practices
“I’ve seen more institutions damaged by too much caution than by rashness, though I’ve seen both.”
Peter F. Drucker, Managing the Non-Profit Organization: Principles and Practices