Tuesday, October 7, 2014

The Principles of Scientific Management - Reassessment after 100 Years in 2011

Scientific management was published in 1911.
Principles of Industrial Engineering by Going also was published in 1911

Relevance of The Principles of Scientific Management 100 Years Later

Special Issue of
Journal of Business and Management – Vol. 17, No. 1, 2011

Papers Included

Frederick Winslow Taylor: Reflections on the Relevance of  The Principles of Scientific Management 100 Years Later
Cristina M. Giannantonio, Amy E. Hurley-Hanson

The Centennial of Frederick W. Taylor’s The Principles of Scientific Management: A Retrospective Commentary
Daniel A. Wren

Taylor is Dead, Hurray Taylor! The “human factor” in Scientific Management: Between Ethics, Scientific Psychology and Common Sense
Riccardo Giorgio Zuffo

The Debate Goes On!  A Graphic Portrayal Of The Sinclair-Taylor Editorial Dialogue
Jeremy C. Short

Citing Taylor: Tracing Taylorism’s Technical and Sociotechnical Duality through Latent Semantic Analysis
Nicholas Evangelopoulos

Taylor’s Unsung Contribution: Making Interchangeable Parts Practical
John Paxton

Scientific Entrepreneurial Management: Bricolage, Bootstrapping, and the Quest for Efficiencies
Manjula S. Salimath, Raymond J. Jones III

Frederick W. Taylor’s Presence in 21st Century Management Accounting Systems and Work Process Theories
Marie G. Kulesza, Pamela Q. Weaver, Sheldon Friedman

The Scientific Management of Information Overload
Linda L. Brennan

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