Taylorism, like much of management theory to come, is at its core a collection of quasi-religious dicta on the virtue of being good at what you do, ensconced in a protective bubble of parables (otherwise known as case studies).
From The Management Myth.

Wow! Participatory Organizations, by Christopher Allen (don't miss it)

Get the GroupWorks pattern deck for improving meetings and communication.

Three Proven Ways to Navigate Uncertainty - an excellent short piece by The Ready.

Creating a Culture of Rapid Experimentation at Intuit - video

GE gets rid of annual and quarterly performance measurements, goes to a more decentralized, autonomous, real-time, start-up model

An important paper for investors - it turns out that risk is much more related to skewness than volatility.

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