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This is side B of the second tape, from the second day of the annual Drucker Symposium of 1979. Bill Dill is the moderator, and Worth Loomis is the panelist. The topic for the day is managing productivity. This segment is a continuation of the question and answer period. Drucker cautions against excessive business travel as a poor use of time, and predicts that it has reached its peak. They also discuss if and how increasing productivity for one group might decrease productivity for other groups, the impact of unions, the danger in codetermination, and what to expect of healthy growth. They also touch on the Henderson Group theory.
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Cassette tape: 1979 Peter Drucker Symposium Day 2, Tape 2, side b; 1979-04-18; Box 68, audio recordings - cassette tapes