Post-capitalist Society

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"The basic economic resource - 'the means of production', to use the economist's term - is no longer capital, nor natural resources, nor 'labour'. it is an will be knowledge."With penetrating insight Peter Drucker describes the changes that are affecting politics, business and society itself. It is vital that we are aware of and understand these changes in order to benefit from the opportunities that the future has to offer.
 

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POST-CAPITALIST SOCIETY

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Perceptive takes on the "postcapitalist" era, which, according to Drucker (Managing for the Future, 1992, etc.), got under way shortly after WW II. Every few centuries, the author notes, the West ... Read full review

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One of my absolute favorites. Provides such a great foundation on Management from a Transnational standpoint. Great historical references and examples of the evolution of Management. His insight into ... Read full review

Contents

the transformation
1
Part One Society
15
Part Two Polity
101
Part Three Knowledge
163
Index
199
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About the author (1994)

Peter F. Drucker has been Clarke Professor of Social Science and Management at Claremont Graduate School in California since 1971.

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