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Management is not business-managemet, though it first attained attention in business. Managemet is the governing organ of all institutions of modern society (Drucker, Peter, 1999). For that reason, management, is not a rigid thinking pattern, but a well-rounded creative process of thinking how to link different parts and make them work together, nourishing the ability to approach problems holistically. Therefore, management should be the governing organ of all modern curricula.
Peter Drucker considered management as a "liberal art" in the way that is comes from a "liberal education" which is attained from: wisdom, self-knowledge, and enlightened understanding; and as an "art" in the way that it is refined through practice and application. Shouldn't this be the architecture of cognitive learning to be followed by all contemporary educational systems? Shouldn't students be nourished to learn how to manage together all the different knowledge-parts which are taught separately, in order to make them work better for the common good? Shouldn't students be nourished to develop a complete management-thinker-mind(set), and not a disjoined unmanageable-mind(set), by the understanding that everything connects to everything else (Leonardo Da Vinci). At PrincipiaHumanitatis.Org we strongly believe it is a must-to-be.