The ‘Secret’ That Gets CEOs Rich: Keep Workers Poor / by Sam Pizzigati

Photograph by Nathaniel St. Clair How far off the charts has compensation for America’s top corporate CEOs soared? Let’s use Peter Drucker as our reference point. Management theorists today generally give Drucker, a refugee from Nazism in the 1930s, the credit for essentially laying down “the foundations of management as a scientific discipline” after World War II.Continue reading “The ‘Secret’ That Gets CEOs Rich: Keep Workers Poor / by Sam Pizzigati”