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This is a side b of tape 1, from day one, of Drucker’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation course. Recording continues from side a, with Drucker talking about good management practices and responding to change and crisis within an organization. Among the topics Drucker discusses are rules for dealing with change and crisis internally or externally for an organization, the role of systems design for organizations in helping prioritizing decision-making, and the importance of studying what happened and why when dealing with change or a crisis. Drucker ends the lecture discussing answers do not take skill but asking questions does because very often there are no correct answers to the real problems of life.
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005 Small business - United States New business enterprises - United States Entrepreneurship Lectures and lecturing Decision making Innovation Learning Professional development IBM Crisis Rule Management Systems Design Peter F. Drucker Graduate Management Center Productivity Organization structure
Original audio cassette tape: I Drucker 1/27/1990; Box 68, Audio Recordings, Cassette Tapes