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Peter Drucker lectures about effective decisions. During his talk, he discusses: groups and individuals in organizations, learning styles, the success rate of people decisions, Alfred Sloan and personnel decisions, Mary Parker Follett and the origin of organizational behavior, conflict resolution, appraisal procedures, the threshold phenomenon, Charlie Wilson of General Electric, the problem of succession, the importance of operations experience, and the genius of Benjamin Franklin. The video begins with the lecture in progress. The audio fades in and out from about 01:57:48 to 01:59:27 due to technical difficulties during the taping of the lecture.
Lectures and lecturing Hospitals Schools Statistics Learning Sloan, Alfred P. (Alfred Pritchard), 1875-1966 Decision making Follett, Mary Parker, 1868-1933 Conflict management General Electric Company Welch, Jack, 1935- Executive succession
Color videocassette: Effective Decisions, EMGT 361; APRIL-14/01; ¾ inch VHS cassette; Box 91