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This is an audio recording of Peter Drucker speaking on information technology, as well as the question and answer portion for all the panelists. He opens by saying he has little interest in technology but great vested interest in the impact of technology. Then Drucker goes on to give a basic outline of how technological changes have shaped human society and culture. He also says that capitalists and blue collar workers are on the verge of obsolescence. Then the audience asks a few questions which are answered by Drucker, John Diebold, Andy Grove and Sid Harris.
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005 Diebold, John, 1926-2005 Grove, Andrew S Harris, Sidney Eugene, 1949- Technology Harvey Mudd College Production and logistics Social classes Information revolution Blue collar workers Wealth Farms Capitalism Power (Social sciences) Money Knowledge and learning Information technology Education Religion Buford, Bob Hesselbein, Frances Economists Computers Weather Berlin Wall, Berlin, Germany, 1961-1989 Social change Birthday parties Birthdays Gifts Harvard University Claremont Graduate School Lectures and lecturing Griesinger, Donald W Boland, Mary Jane Merseth, Gale Annual Drucker Symposium
Compact disc: Peter Drucker Symposium III (Reel 3) “The World of the Information Society” Drucker 80th Birthday Part 2 of 2; 11/18/89; Box 101, compact discs; converted from reel to reel by SunDog Media Services