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Peter Drucker lectures about the information-based organization. During his talk, he discusses: the relationships churches build with their constituents, monopolies, the Bell telephone system, the Nobel dynamite company cartel, the lack of control of distributors, the American automobile industry oligopoly, the Japanese automobile industry, computers and power stations, the distribution channel for merchandise on the Internet, music critics, the inability to market research something truly new, and staggered billing. The video begins with the lecture in progress. The lecture continues on tape 2.
Lectures and lecturing Lawyers California Bar Association Church membership Monopolies Telephone companies Dynamite Competition, Imperfect Volkswagen Beetle automobile Automobile industry and trade International Business Machines Corporation Marketing channels Music critics Computers Consumers
Color videocassette: Information-Based Organization by Peter F. Drucker; December 13, 1997; Tape 1 of 2, V-DS12; 2:01:00; ¾ inch VHS cassette; Box 85 Video Recordings: VHS tapes