READ THE FULL GRAPHIC VERSIONThe father of modern management, Peter Drucker, tells us what to do about risk, writes William A. CohenRisk in management is unavoidable. Some of Peter Drucker’s clients did not acknowledge this. They thought risk could be avoided and wanted Drucker to show them how. But instead, Drucker told them not only was risk unavoidable, it could be desirable. In fact, the assumption that risk is present is a basic element of any successful enterprise.