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Each audiobook in the Harvard Business School Thoughts: 3 Peter Drucker titles and 4 more! (Seven Audiobook Collection) can be purchased separately. They are included together here for completeness and to offer a better retail value for audible customers.

Three Peter Drucker titles, Managing Oneself, What Makes an Effective Executive?, and The Discipline of Innovation; two by Professor Amar Bhide formerly of Harvard Business School and now at Columbia Business School, Bootstrap Finance and Hustle as Strategy. The final two by Deaver Brown, Harvard Business School Graduate, Simpler & Cheaper: Henry Ford to Google and the timely Free Agent: No Employee World.

Approximately 7 hours of listening pleasure.

© and (P) Christina Brown

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Cheaper by the dozen

This collection of 7 audio files includes a variety of points of view and levels of production values. If you were to buy all 7 individually it would cost about a buck more total. None of these are a waste of time. Some are more tightly cohesive in their narratives than others. Some are presented better than others.

The topics are lead successfully by Peter Drucker's articles. But do not expect all of the articles to reflect Peter Drucker's point of view. They don't.

Some of these articles are more like essays than concise business articles.

There is good content and varied points of view here. Take a listen, you might take away a new view point.

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