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Peter Drucker lectures about effective decisions. During his talk, he discusses: medicine, physicians and the diagnosis process, keeping a record of one’s results, compensation structure, air filtering and microchips, performance assurance, asking questions and guessing, the use of narrow language and words, compensation and reward systems, and decision responsibility. The audio is very faint from about 01:16:31 to 02:00:22 due to technical difficulties during the taping of the lecture. The lecture continues beyond the length of the tape recording.