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In this audio recording Peter F. Drucker talks about his audio book, “Drucker on Management.” This is the first part of a two-part discussion entitled “Social Impacts and Social Responsibilities.” He begins by describing that a business must make good, quality products for the consumer. He talks about how the Ford Company appealed to public safety by adding seat belts to their cars. He discusses how to measure a company’s impact, both internally within an organization and the relationship with the public. Drucker talks about why businesses feel the need to take care of society. He ends the tape by describing extra expenses companies take to clean the environment.