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This is the second part of an audio recording on Drucker’s new book "Innovation and Entrepreneurship". The narrators describe knowledge based innovations, several sources of innovative opportunities, symptoms of social changes reflected in internal operations, environmental factors that affect analytical decisions, and the inability of the experts to accept demographic changes.
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