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Peter Drucker discusses management challenges for the 21st century for the Executive Management Series. During his talk, he covers: the publication of his newest book, the existence of a global economy due to e-commerce, the Internet as a distribution channel, a Danish tableware manufacturer, social security and retirement age, birth rates, organized abandonment, and productivity and knowledge workers. Jim Flanigan interviews Drucker and they discuss: the contributions of Harry Truman and Lyndon Johnson, classification services, not making predictions of uniformity, income distribution, returning to school or face becoming obsolete, and being conscious of radical change. There is no audio available from about 00:07:18 to 00:07:43 due to technical difficulties during the taping of the lecture.
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Color videocassette: Management Challenges for the 21st Century With Peter F. Drucker; Executive Forum Series; 6-9-99; ¾ inch VHS cassette; Box 85 Video Recordings: VHS tapes