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This is side B of the second tape, from day one, of the annual Drucker Symposium of 1989. This recording is a continuation of the “questions and answers” session from side A. In this section of the “questions and answers” session, Drucker covers the role of education in affecting change in accounting systems as well as how increasing parental interest in the educational systems is impacting school performance and compensation systems. Peter Drucker also addresses the question of whether countries who have aged become naturally defensive or not. Drucker ends this session with a positive note about countries becoming more adventurous rather than naturally defensive as they age.
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