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This is a side a of tape 1, from day one, of Drucker’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation course. For the majority of the recording, Drucker discusses the course structure and highlights some of the things that make a student successful. For example, Drucker emphasizes the importance of discussion and encourages his students to speak often to better engage with the course material as well as other students. In addition, Drucker also highlights the importance of doing a few things and doing them well rather than trying to do to much in successfully actualizing a favorable learning outcome. Drucker also discusses about how we best remember what we learn by being engaged with the material and acting on that material: diagnosis of the problems, engaging in decision-making, mobilizing resources, and creating alternative processes to resolve problems. Drucker also touches on other topics like organizational structure, development strategies, and the importance of creating learning objectives that demand actions and decision-making. Side a ends with Drucker talking about what makes a good manager and the rules that govern good management (continues on side b of tape 1).
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 Peter F. Drucker Graduate Management Center Productivity Organization structure
Original audio cassette tape: I Drucker 1/27/1990; Box 68, Audio Recordings, Cassette Tapes