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Peter Drucker discusses the following during his lecture: Sears and intellectual capacity; no achievement without the price; a 5 to 10 year life expectancy; William Harper and the building of the American university; the kinds of questions one asks; creating international understanding by exchanging young people; organizations as a means to an end, not an end of themselves; the difficulty of giving away money intelligently; world shaking enterprises; ten just men; asking if the basic assumptions are still valid; hiring at random; asking if there is a risk to postpone something; and asking what the assumptions are. The recording begins with the lecture in progress.
Lectures and lecturing Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005 Sears, Roebuck and Company Goal (Psychology) Harper, William Rainey, 1856-1906 Money University of Chicago Modesty Charisma (Personality trait) College students Decision making
Original audio cassette: Recorded Lectures by Professor Peter Drucker, 1974-1975; Drucker Archives; Box 102; MTG 4 Business Policy, Tape 1; OCT 74; cassette 5, side 2