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In this audio recording Peter F. Drucker and John Humble discuss their audio book, “The Drucker/Humble Workshop.” This is the second part of a two-part discussion entitled, “Evaluating Management and Potential.” Humble begins by talking about whether or not a school is an effective indication of a good manager. Drucker talks about how the Japanese differ in their hiring practices from Americans. He discusses how university graduates are not staying in entry-level jobs for long enough. Drucker ends the discussion by talking about how to place young people in the right type of job.