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Peter Drucker lectures about the future of the corporation. During his talk, he discusses: looking at an organization from the point of view of results, accounting and estimation, the importation of jobs by Toyota and Nissan, the workforce as a market, the trouble with the Roman Catholic church, the business organization’s function to exploit and create change, not knowing one’s competition, Rick Warren and his mega church, the lack of short term and long term, the greatest executive according to Drucker, the importance of the balance scorecard, the complexity of the modern hospital, the lack of care by shareholders, the volatility of the market due to people changing portfolios quickly, a family company that produces surgical scissors, Japanese companies becoming myopic due to their sensitivity to financial results, the leadership of Harry Truman and Franklin D. Roosevelt, Confucian and Western ethics, being organized for change, and placing able people on opportunities. The time code appears throughout the video. Audio is not available from about 00:57:36 to 00:57:43 and 00:57:48 to 00:58:04.