Oundational Philosophies of Management-Terence

Foundational Philosophies of Management-Terence

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Identify a foundational management philosopher using the articles for your Journal Article Analysis (see below references) as a guide.
Locate at least three documents, article, or work from the foundational philosopher.
Write a 1,050to 1,400-word essay detailing the differences you perceive between the management philosophy espoused by the foundational philosopher and the version of the philosophy described by at least 2 authors from your articles.
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Include a flowchart and a 350-word narrative of the research trail or path that led you to the foundational management philosopher, including the following:
a? The list of references you followed to get to the philosopher.
a? The author, source, and year of publication for each item.
a? Recount how you found the articles in the Journal Article Analysis assignment.
a? Recount how these led you to your philosopher.
a? Note what other sources your articles led you to.
a? Describe how the articles you found are useful to you.
a? How did you assess each articleas credibility, reliability, and validity?
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Journal Article Analysis (References)
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McMurtrey, M., Zeltmann, S., Downey, J. & McGaughey, R. (2011). Seniors and technology: results from a field study. Journal of Computer Information Systems.
Nejmeh, B. A. (2012). Service-learning in information sciences: Practical applications in engineering education. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
Peterka, D. (2011). The senior sleuths guide to technology for seniors. Morrison, CO: Conifer Books.
Sharpe, C. C. (2011). Online resources for senior citizens. Jefferson, N.C: McFarland & Co.
Zain, Jasni Mohammad, Wan Mohd, Wan Maseri, & El-Qawasmeh, Eyas. (2011). Software engineering and computer systems, part I: Second international conference, ICSECS 2011, Kuantan, Malaysia, and June 27-29, 2011. Proceedings, Part I. Springer-Verlag New York Inc.