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This is an audio recording of the question and answer portion of the third in a series of lectures by Peter Drucker, given on November 7, 1989. He discusses what organizations should hold workers accountable for contributing, ways in which employers quench motivation, and how you identify continued learning and who pays for it. He then turns to questions about civil unrest in Germany, which he calls “unprecedented”, just days before the fall of the Berlin Wall.
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Compact disc: Peter Drucker Information Society - Lecture 3 (Job Duties and Job Rights) Reel 2; 11/07/89; Box 101, compact discs; converted from reel to reel by SunDog Media Services