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W.B. Wolf interviews Peter Drucker in this two-part discussion. Drucker begins by talking about his interest in Japanese art and history. He talks about how he mentored underprivileged children in New Jersey. He describes consulting work that he has done. Drucker talks about the processes that he judges a company by. He ends the interview by discussing the different ways of looking at a problem.