(Note from Art: this is a follow-on to my recent self-development themed post, “The Hard Work of Getting Better at What You Do.”)

Of the many important themes espoused by the late and arguably pre-eminent management thinker of the latter part of the twentieth century, Peter Drucker, perhaps the most valuable to us as individuals, is his constant reminder that we are responsible for our own self-development. His classic article at Harvard Business Review, “Managing Oneself” (fee) should be once-a-year required reading for all of us.

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