Change has become a constant. Changes in the way we live and work. Changes in institutions and the society around us. Changes in people's needs and desires. For more than 60 years, Peter Drucker has been modern society's preeminent thinker, lecturer, and writer of and about change and its effect on management.
Tom Rath lives in Connecticut and commutes to work every day in Manhattan. He's happily married and has a loving wife and three children. Money is a bit tight and when the opportunity arises, he applies for a public relations job with a major television network. During his long commute to work everyday, Tom reminisces about the war. Although 10 years have gone by, he is still haunted by the violence and the men he killed. He also thinks of Maria, an Italian girl with whom he had an affair while stationed in Rome.