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Bakewell, K. G. B. 1989. The relevance of management principles and techniques to the smaller information unit. Library Management 10(6):15-23.
Bakewell, K. G. B. 1994. Information: The seventh management function? Library Management (15): 28-33.
Barrett, D. 2007. Paradigm shifts for the twenty-first century management science. Cost Management (November/December): 5-11.
Breeze, J. D. 1980. Henri Fayol: A new definition of administration. Proceedings of the 40th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management.
Breeze, J. D. 1981. Henri Fayol's basic tools of administration. Proceedings of the 41st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management: 101.
Breeze, J. D. 1985. Harvest from the archives: The search for Fayol and Carlioz. Journal of Management (Spring): 43.
Cole, G. A. 2003. Management Theory and Practice. Int. Thomson Business Press.
Earnest, E. R. 1990. Toward a revival of the principles of management. Industrial Management (January/February): 19-22.
Fayol, H. 1916. Administration Industrielle et Generale. (Fayol recommends chains of command, the separation of functions, and the importance of planning).
Fayol, H. 1930. Industrial and General Administration. Translated from French by J. A. Coubrough. Pitman.
Gomberg, W. 1985. The historical roots of the democratic challenge to authoritarian management. Human Resource Management (Fall): 253-269.
Mowll, C. A. 1989. Successful management based on key principles. Healthcare Financial Management (June): 122-124.
Parker, L. D. 1986. The classical model of control in the accounting literature. The Accounting Historians Journal 13(1): 71-92. (JSTOR link). (The purpose of this paper is to outline the classical management control model described by Frederick Taylor and Henry Foyol).
Pogue, G. 1983. Control and the management function. Management Accounting. UK (October): 44-45.
Pope, W. C. 1988. Management practices in the analysis of flawed social systems (Part One). Occupational Hazards (April): 71-74.
Roth, W. 1994. Evolution of Management Theory: Past, Present, Future. CRC.
Roth, W. 1999. The Roots and Future of Management Theory: A Systems Perspectiv. CRC.
Scott, W. G. 1982. Barnard on the nature of elitist responsibility. Public Administration Review (May/June):197- 201.
Sheldrake, J. 2002. Management Theory. Int. Thomson Business Press.
Wankel, C. 1992. Management Education in Poland. Review of Business (Spring): 13-15.
Willmott, H. C. 1984. Images and ideals of managerial work: A critical examination of conceptual and empirical accounts. Journal of Management Studies (July): 349.