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This is an audio recording of Peter Drucker speaking on non profit organizations, as well as the question and answer portion for all the panelists. Drucker jokes that he is hesitant to speak on the topic because 13 of the 24 people who helped him create the nonprofit audio cassettes are in the room listening, no one likes to “flunk exams” at his age. He begins by responding to comments made by the other speakers. Then Drucker goes on to talk about the emergence of nonproftis in the public consciousness, producing material goods for nonmaterial needs, and the changes in working hours. He also says that nonprofits need to remember that their first and most important customers are the volunteers. Then the audience asks a few questions which are answered by Drucker, John Jacob, Bob Buford, and Frances Hesselbein.
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Compact disc: Peter Drucker Symposium II (Reel 2) “The Third Sector…” Drucker 80th Birthday - Part 2 of 2; 11/18/89; Box 101, compact discs; converted from reel to reel by SunDog Media Services