Landmark Article Research:


Here are some topics and (authors) that you can use as you begin to research your seminal work. Please keep in mind that a seminal work is one that is considered to have begun a stream of research, so try to locate the oldest one on the topic that you can. You might consider:


· Management pioneers in the early factory

· Industrial Revolution in Great Britain (Guttenberg Press)

· The Steam Engine

· Management as the fourth factor of production (Say)

· Management problems in early factories – Labor (Pollard, Guest, Hartwell, Chapman)

· Early Industrial Growth (Tucker, Claude)

· Early Management Talent (Pollard, Montgomery)

· Early Management Functions (Roll, Pollard, Chapman)

· Working Conditions in the industrial revolution (Taylor)

· Child and women labor

· Management in the early US colonies (Smith)

· US Industrial Revolution (Deane, Toynbee)

· Industrial Growth and Systematic Management

· Railroads (McCallum, Poor)

· Systematic Management

· Robber barons (Josephson)

· Working conditions

· Some other early authors: Robert Owen, Charles Babbage, Andrew Ure, Charles Dupin, Carnegie, Fayol, Ely, Schloss)

Prepare a one page summary of the article you found and post it to the discussion forum.