In this fourth season of Managing for Result, Peter Drucker discusses how you can use your intuition to guide you into your own unique success zone. Intuition is one of those terms we hear but seldom understand. Often it is misunderstood as a “hindsight bias,” or the ability to see something accomplished before it happens. However, it is important to understand what Peter Drucker means when he speaks of an intuitive understanding.
Intuition is the ability to perceive and appreciate a situation or idea before it occurs. This is different from “having the knack” or “natural flair.” Managing for Results by Peter Drucker shows Drucker’s unique genius for opening up new ways and breaking through old cultural barriers to achieve ultimate success in today’s business world.
Intuition is simply the awareness of a thing being possible. Perhaps that is what makes intuition so special. But it is not the ability to predict without experience or any knowledge of the situation. Intuition comes from knowing and having experienced something that seems to fit with our idea of success.
Many people are familiar with the term “clueless.” According to the dictionary, a “clueless person is not knowing what to do, but not likely to do anything about it.” This definition fits many people who are not successful because they are unaware of opportunities or ideas available to them. They do not seem to care what happens to them or do not act upon their intuition for a particular course of action.
Intuition is a powerful tool. It can help us solve problems and make things happen. But most of us are not naturally born with it. Sometimes, the proper amount of intuition is just not enough.
In managing for result by Peter Drucker, you will learn how to tune in to your intuition. You will also discover techniques that will help you become more effective at tuning in and activating your intuition. You will learn how to become focused on the tasks at hand. You will also learn ways to relax and eliminate procrastination.
You must take the time to educate yourself on the topic of managing for results. It is an interesting topic, and many people have various opinions about it. However, as someone who has worked in many organizational environments, I know that there is a lot of misinformation. People must remember that information and education is power.
Managing for results by Peter Drucker does require patience and self-control. It requires you to learn and understand the many components that make up the overall performance equation. That equation is called PR. If you understand this simple principle, you can certainly apply it in your daily life, and you will experience substantial increases in productivity and profits.
You will gain confidence and knowledge by applying these principles. You will also find yourself enjoying this subject matter. The key is to understand the concepts and to make sure that you apply them consistently. You do not have to do this, though, in your workplace. Apply it in all areas of your life and see what a difference it makes. Many individuals find that they begin to enjoy this entirely new phase of their life.
As with most things in life, you will find that it does take work with this book. You will be working very hard at learning how to apply this understanding and applying it to your daily life. You will find that many of the principles are very hard to implement in our daily lives. In managing for results, Peter Drucker knows that it will take some effort, but you must remember that everything starts with the end goal. The goal is to eventually succeed at reaching that goal.
Let’s take a look at an example of managing for results. If you manage your time, you must keep in mind that you cannot spend all of your time working. You must put in some time doing things that will advance your productivity. You will want to be working on something productive so you can move forward. However, you still must manage your time. You must manage it effectively so that you can achieve your goals.
In managing for results, you will learn that the most important part is that you have a plan. When you write out a plan, you will identify what you need to do to succeed. You can accomplish a lot when you put down on paper your goals and your schedule. That is why many people find that managing for results is so beneficial.