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i wud like to share a piece of info. on some of the great Publications in O.B.

hope u'll like it......


1. 1911: Fredrick Taylor: Principles of Scientific Management.

2. 1916: Henry Fayol: General & industrial Management.

3. 1924: Max Weber: The Theory of Social & Economic Organization.

4. 1933: Elton Mayo: Human Problems of an Industrial Civilization.

5. 1938: Christer Bernard: The Functions of the Executive.

6. 1954: Abraham Maslow: Motivation & Personality.

7. 1956: William Whyte: The Organization Man.

8. 1959: Fredrick Herzberg: The Motivation to work.

9. 1960: Douglas McGregor: The Human side of an Enterprise.

10. 1964: Robert Blake & Jane Mouton: The Managerial Grid.

11. 1973: Henry Mintzberg: The Nature of Managerial Work

12. 1978: Chris Argyris: & Donald Schon: Organizational Learning.

13. 1979: Reg Revans: Action Learning.

14. 1981: Richard Pascale & Anthony Athos: The Art of Japanese Management.

15. 1982: Tom Peters & Bob Waterman: In Search of Excellence.

16. 1984: Meredith Belbin: Management teams.

17. 1985: Edgar Schein: Organization culture & Leadership.

18. 1986: Gareth Morgan: Images of Organization.

19. 1989: Charles Handy: The Age of Unreason.

20. 1990: Peter Senge: The Fifth Discipline

21. 1990: Richard Pascale: Managing the Edge.

22. 1993: James Champy & Mike Hammer: Re-Engineering the Corporation.

23. 1994: Jerry Porras & James Collin: Built to last.

24. 1995: Karl Weick: Sensemaking in Organizations.

25. 1997: Arie de Geus: The Living Company.

26. 1997: Thomas Stewart: Intellectual Capital

27. 2000: Richard Pascale: Surfing the Egde of Chaos.

28. 2001: Daniel Pink: Free Agent Nation.


Shriya Karve.


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