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The nonprofit Drucker: people and relationships: an interview with David A. Hubbard
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005
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The Drucker Institute
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Claremont Colleges Library
Drucker Archives
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In this audio recording Peter F. Drucker interviews David A. Hubbard in his audio book, “The Nonprofit Drucker.” This tape is part of the series, “People and Relationships.” Drucker begins by explaining that Hubbard is the president of Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. He discusses some failures that can occur when working with board members. He talks about when an institution should consult outside help for its organization. He says that a board should own the mission, not the institution. Hubbard describes several responsibilities of board members: governing, sponsoring, acting as ambassadors, and consulting. He ends the interview by discussing whether or not board members should make decisions that affect the entire institution.
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Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005
Human services - United States - Management
Nonprofit organizations - United States - Management
Nonprofit organizations
Management consulting
Business ethics
Religion and business ethics
Audiocassette tape; The Nonprofit Drucker; People and Relationships; An Interview with David A. Hubbard; tape 19 of 25; side 2 of 2.
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