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Peter Drucker lectures about the information-based organization. During his talk, he discusses: the Gantt chart, transfer price, the multinational organization, converting information into relevance and action, executive management programs, speaker bureaus, California as a protectionist state, cost disease, the history of public higher education in California, and the success of Coca-Cola. Teresa Schmid, a student in the course, talks about the California Bar Association. She discusses the history of the organization and the disconnection between the organization and its members. Jose, another student in the course, discusses the revenue stream of advertisements placed in “Recycler” magazine. The lecture continues on tape 2.
Lectures and lecturing Gantt charts Training Southeast Asia Transfer pricing California Bar Association Membership California. Legislature Financial crises Bar examinations Hospitals Education, Higher Coca-Cola Company Monopolies
Color videocassette: Information-Based Organization by Peter F. Drucker; November 15, 1997; Tape 1 of 2, V-DS10; 2:02:00; ¾ inch VHS cassette; Box 85 Video Recordings: VHS tapes