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In this audio recording Peter F. Drucker talks about his audio book, “Drucker on Management.” This is the first part of a two-part discussion entitled “Organization Structure in Transition.” He begins by describing how long an organization structure should remain in place. He talks about how individual personalities fit within a structure. Drucker discusses the management of the GM Company and new innovations of the automobile industry. He describes the differences between managing businesses, schools, and hospitals. He ends the tape by talking about how each individual worker plays an essential role in the company hierarchy.