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In this audio recording Peter F. Drucker discusses his ideas on management in his audiobook, “The Nonprofit Drucker.” This tape is part of the series, “Performance and Results.” It is entitled, “Organization, Yes; Bureaucracy, No.” Drucker begins by talking about how to prevent a bureaucracy from forming. He describes how many people should report to a single superior. He discusses priority delegation, and the relationship between personal responsibility and work. Drucker advises that self-evaluation and constant appraisal should be constant. He ends the discussion by talking about delegation principles such as clear expectations, defined goals, following up on tasks, and informing superiors of progress.
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005 Human services - United States - Management Nonprofit organizations - United States - Management Nonprofit organizations Management Management consulting Performance
Audiocassette tape; The Nonprofit Drucker; Performance and Results; Organization, Yes; Bureaucracy, No; tape 11 of 25; side 2 of 2.