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Peter F. Drucker discusses “Maintaining Competency of Executives and Professionals in the 1990s” for the George Washington University lecture series. He begins by describing the specifics of what executives need to learn and pay attention to. He talks about America’s transition from farming to big business. He discusses computers and the technological proficiency of the modern worker. Drucker describes different ways to distribute facts in an information-based organization. He ends the lecture by talking about the rate at which knowledge becomes obsolete. The video ends with the lecture in progress.
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005 George Washington University Management Executive management Executives Technological innovations Technology Information technology Knowledge workers Knowledge and learning Lectures and lecturing
Color videocassette: A Day with Peter Drucker, part II; George Washington University lecture series; Tape 2 of 3; ¾ inch VHS cassette