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This is the second part of a discussion between Jim Hayes and Peter Drucker. In this segment there is also a lot of focus on making effective decisions. They discuss when to compromise, how you can reduce something to a skill you can teach people, and to be wary that good decisions can be easily forgotten. It is also important to know who is responsible for carrying out a decision, when they will do it, and what results are expected. Drucker states that “unless a decision has degenerated into work, a decision has not been made”.
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