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" ... postcapitalist society': the service workers. Service workers, as a rule, says Drucker, lack the necessary education to be knowledge workers. "
The New Work Order: Behind the Language of the New Capitalism - Page 45
by James Paul Gee - 1996 - 200 pages
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Literacy and Schooling

Frances Christie, Ray Misson - Education - 1998 - 184 pages
...intriguingly) 'postcapitalist society': the service workers. Service workers, as a rule, says Drucker, lack the necessary education to be knowledge workers....they will constitute the majority (Drucker, 1993: 8; ibid.). Reich sees no easy way out of this. The one recommendation he advances is to invest in promoting...
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High Skills : Globalization, Competitiveness, and Skill Formation ...

Phillip Brown, Andy Green, Hugh Lauder - 2001 - 320 pages
...Drucker is less sanguine about the possibilities of high skilled employment for all when he suggests that 'the social challenge of the post-capitalist society...And in every country, even the most highly advanced ones, they will constitute a majority' (1993: 7). It is individual 'employability' (that determines...
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The Work and the Gift

Scott Cutler Shershow - Business & Economics - 2005 - 263 pages
...following this passage, Drucker concedes briefly that there will also be a "social challenge" regarding "the dignity of the second class in postcapitalist society, the service workers." These service workers "lack the education necessary to be knowledge workers," and yet they always,...
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