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This is the third part of an interview of Peter Drucker by Fred Harmon on his book about innovation and entrepreneurship. In this segment they discuss the four key entrepreneurial strategies from Peter's book. These include being the "fustest with the mostest", hitting them where they ain't, finding and occupying a specialized niche, and changing the economic characteristics of a product, market or industry. Drucker also describes "entrepreneurial judo".
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MiniDisc: amacom INE -Harmon 3a/b; Box 89, minidiscs and floppies