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In this audio recording Peter F. Drucker discusses his ideas on management in his audiobook, “The Nonprofit Drucker.” On this tape, Drucker concludes and summarizes the section entitled, “People and Relationships.” Drucker begins by saying that each worker must have a satisfaction of service in his or her contributions to a non-profit organization. He talks about how donors are essential to non-profits and have a special mutually beneficial relationship. He advises that non-profit boards should be more active, and should be used as a strong resource. Drucker says that people require clear assignment roles, and advises to be specific with volunteers. He talks about the information-based work of non-profits, and describes how to measure goals. He ends the summary by talking about how to effectively build better performance expectations for an organization.
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005 Human services - United States - Management Nonprofit organizations - United States - Management Nonprofit organizations Management Management consulting Business ethics Personnel management
Audiocassette tape; The Nonprofit Drucker; People and Relationships; Summary by Peter F. Drucker; tape 20 of 25; side 2 of 2.