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Peter Drucker lectures to his students in an executive management course. Topics discussed during his lecture include: core competencies, one’s preferences, setbacks and resilience, the creation of General Motors and its weaknesses, Marvin Bower and McKinsey and Company, employee turnover and retention, client decisions, remembrance, the composition styles of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Franz Joseph Haydn, knowing where one does not belong, physicians and their records, the different teaching styles of Richard Ellsworth and Vijay Sathe of Claremont Graduate University, and the advantage of having three chief executives instead of two. The lecture continues beyond the length of the tape recording.
Core competencies General Motors Corporation McKinsey and Company Bower, Marvin, 1903- Labor turnover Values Musicians Works councils Physicians Ellsworth, Richard R Sathe, Vijay College teaching Chief executive officers Leadership Music Lectures and lecturing
Color videocassette: Excerpt from New Demands on the Executive, EMGT 337; Fall 2000, 9-23-00; ¾ inch VHS cassette; Box 95