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    • Notes from Peter Drucker's talk on the changing world economy, 1997-11-06

    • Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Lectures and lecturing; Universities and colleges - Alumni and alumnae; Simon, Hermann; Money; Foreign exchange; Population; China; Computers; Accounting; Claremont Graduate University; Retirement;...
    • The notes from Peter Drucker's talk on the changing world economy to Drucker School alumni in Los Angeles. Peter Drucker says that the dollar is the worst major trade currency and that you have to know how to manage foreign exchange. He talks...
    • The changing world economy, 1997-11-06

    • Jonathan Club; Currency; Gold standard; Dollar, American; Retirement age; Knowledge workers; China
    • In this transcript of Peter Drucker’s speech, delivered to the Jonathan Club in 1967, Drucker discusses the changing world economy. He begins by discussing currency and the fluctuating value of the U.S. dollar. He goes on to discuss dropping...
    • The Changing World Economy

    • China; Computers; Demographic transition; Global economy and development; Knowledge workers; Manual workers; Women consumers
    • Notes from Drucker's talk focusing on six major developments that will determine the success of a country, industry, company, and individual to Drucker School alumni.
    • Fasttrack - managing in turbulent times

    • Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Management; Executives; Inflation (Finance); Money; Accountants; Stock exchanges; General Electric Company; Johnson & Johnson; Economists; Automation; Resource allocation; Farms; Business; Profit;...
    • This is a recording about what to do while managing in turbulent times. The narrator states that more than in other times, fundamentals of liquidity, productivity and the costs of the future have to be managed well for tomorrow. It is important to...
    • The Changing World Economy, edited version

    • China; Computers; Demographic transition; Global economy and development; Knowledge workers; Manual workers; Women consumers
    • Edited notes from Drucker's talk focusing on six major developments that will determine the success of a country, industry, company, and individual to Drucker School alumni. Contains original handwritten edit marks.

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