By Peter F. Drucker
The spouse to Drucker's seminal paintings administration, thoroughly revised and up to date
administration instances, Revised variation is a set of thought-provoking case studiesвЂ”each a undying consultant of a problem that every one managers will face sooner or later of their careers. Longtime Drucker colleague, collaborator, and eminent administration professor Joseph A. Maciariello has geared up the fabric for use together with administration, Revised version , making the booklet quite beneficial in undergraduate, MBA, and government schooling study rooms.
It includes fifteen thoroughly new situations written specially for this variation plus one other thirty-five revised and up to date instances, making sure that the ebook offers accomplished insurance of an important administration dilemmas and such a lot undying management knowledge. a vital source for company scholars and dealing pros alike, the publication can assist readers try out and hone their administration talents.
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RDI’s work in Moldova and Ukraine provided an instructive example. Prosterman reﬂected: 46 PERFORMANCE IN SERVICE INSTITUTIONS We had an opportunity to educate government ofﬁcials in Moldova and Ukraine, and this was as important as our direct program work. Sometimes NGOs have a culture of seeing developing-country governments as the problem and the enemy; in some instances this can be a suboptimal approach by preventing the nonproﬁt from working with the government. . You can catch more ﬂies with honey than with vinegar.
The second approach is to be hospital designers and hospital builders. We could do what GE and Westinghouse did in the nuclear reactor ﬁeld and build—whether for the government or the Board of a community hospital—a complete hospital that we can then turn over to them to run. And—perhaps even more successfully—we could remodel old and inefﬁcient hospitals—that is, practically all the hospitals in existence today. “Finally, we could go into the hospital business. Hospital bills are more and more being paid by ‘third-party interests’—the government, HMOs, Blue Cross, and insurance carriers.
On the other hand, the challenges were very real, and RDI did not have a revenue source to support an entry into India. Their decision would have a substantial impact on the future of RDI. QUESTIONS 1. Would you have advised RDI to enter India when the organization was considering it in 1999? Why or why not? 2. What can be learned from RDI’s decision to pass up the urban land reform opportunity in the former Soviet Union? 3. How does the international context present greater challenges and opportunities for nonproﬁt organizations than they would face were they working solely in a developed country, such as the United States?