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During Peter Drucker's talk entitled "Productivity: What We Know About It What We Must - and Can - Do About It” he discusses how productivity in money, physical resources, and administrative personnel can improve the performance of both individual companies and the national economy. During his lecture, he talks about: American productivity, car manufacturers, total factor productivity, industry as labor intensive or capital intensive, mismanaged and under managed money, Drucker's belief about Medicare, General Electric, cost accounting, Japan and transportation, physical resources, the task of management, hospital management, the paper industry, and innovation.
Lectures and lecturing International trade Exports China Automobile industry and trade Blue collar workers Labor Hospitals Money Medicare General Electric Company Cost accounting Banks and banking Japan Management Capital productivity
Color videocassette: Productivity: What We Know About It What We Must - and Can - Do About It; A Day With Peter F. Drucker, GW Television (Washington, D.C.), Volume II, Tape 1 of 4, Tape 2 not available; ¾ inch VHS cassette