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Technology, management and society: essays

Author: Drucker, Peter Ferdinand Publisher: Harper and Row, 1970.Edition: [1st edLanguage: EnglishDescription: x, 209 p ; 22 cm.Type of document: BookNote: Includes bibliographical referencesContents Note: Information, communications, and understanding.--Management's new role.--Work and tools.--Technological trends in the twentieth century.--Technology and society in the twentieth century.--The once and future manager.--The first technological revolution and its lessons.--Longrange planning.--Business objectives and survival needs.--The Manager and the moron.--The technological revolution: notes on the relationship of technology, science, and culture.--Can management ever be a science?
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Book Doriot Library
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Print HD38 .D72
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000006134
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Book Doriot Library
Main Collection
Print HD38 .D78 1970
(Browse shelf)
001211568
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Includes bibliographical references

Information, communications, and understanding.--Management's new role.--Work and tools.--Technological trends in the twentieth century.--Technology and society in the twentieth century.--The once and future manager.--The first technological revolution and its lessons.--Longrange planning.--Business objectives and survival needs.--The Manager and the moron.--The technological revolution: notes on the relationship of technology, science, and culture.--Can management ever be a science?

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