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This is side A 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. Drucker briefly concludes his comments on the retail industry. Then Peter and Worth begin to answer questions. They discuss intercompany and business governmental efforts to analyze and cooperate on productivity across company lines. Peter also outlines how to apply things learned in this conference when back at work. They conclude with talks on how productivity is stimulated among different parts of the work force, and how to utilize research and development to improve productivity.
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Cassette tape: 1979 Peter Drucker Symposium Day 2, Tape 2, side a; 1979-04-18; Box 68, audio recordings - cassette tapes