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The nonprofit Drucker: people and relationships: building a team
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005
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The Drucker Institute
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Claremont Colleges Library
Drucker Archives
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In this audio recording Peter F. Drucker discusses his ideas on management in his audiobook, “The Nonprofit Drucker.” This tape is part of the series, “People and Relationships.” It is entitled, “Building a Team.” Drucker begins by explaining that people who work in a team must do their own work, as well as effectively collaborate towards a goal. He says that all levels of a team must communicate and provide frequent reports and updates. He describes how every member of a team must be completely informed of all tasks. Drucker talks about how personnel are managed as a company grows. He discusses how too much growth can lead to the mistake of hiring too many employees. He ends by saying that a manager must hear every individual voice in a group, not only the collective ideas.
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Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005
Human services - United States - Management
Nonprofit organizations - United States - Management
Nonprofit organizations
Management consulting
Business ethics
Personnel management
Audiocassette tape; The Nonprofit Drucker; People and Relationships; Building a Team; tape 16 of 25; side 2 of 2.
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