note for the hippocratic oath of management

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Sze Ho Bus 102 Discussion session 26 10/3/2011 Note for THE HIPPOCRATIC OATH OF THE MANAGER Michael Skapinker addresses a growing movement of business school students taking formal oaths promising to pay equal attention to “shareholders, co‐ workers, customers and the society in which we operated.” Peter F. Drucker who identified management as both a discipline and practice indeed not easy to master due to the nonlinear complexity of producing what management is designed to do -produce effective results. Scholars like Gary Hamel for example, see the necessity for management as a technology where not only is the stakeholder approach a norm, but more importantly, strategic decision making up to and including CEO succession can happen at the employee level. The successful organization that produces goods and services for society has evolved into a stakeholder entity. Most support the idea that the world’s great products, services, and solutions have been created by entrepreneurs energized by a freedom of risk taking, fueled by
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