Peter F. Drucker, a Pioneer in Social and Management Theory, Is Dead at 95 - New York Times "Early last year, in an interview with Forbes magazine, Mr. Drucker was asked if there was anything in his long career that he wished he had done but had not been able to do.
"Yes, quite a few things," he said. "There are many books I could have written that are better than the ones I actually wrote. My best book would have been "Managing Ignorance," and I'm very sorry I didn't write it.""
Peter Drucker was one of the most constructive influences on my world view, over the last 25 years. Read Adventures of a Bystander, his autobiography, for insights into his fascinating life and perspectives.