John Skelton from Supply Chain Almanac, features TIME Magazine’s 2011 list of the 25 Most Influential Business Management Books.  I agree with him that “TIME has done a wonderful job in researching and assessing the overall impact that each work has had over the years and decades.”  I also offer these titles for consideration:

Administrative Behavior: A Study of Decision-Making Processes in Administrative Organizations.  Herbert A. Simon. (1947)

A Behavioral Theory of the Firm.  Richard M. Cyert and James G. March. (1963)

The Functions of the Executive.  Chester I. Bernard. (1938)

The Human Problems of an Industrial Civilization.  Elton Mayo. (1933)

In Search of Excellence: Lessons from America’s Best-Run Companies. Tom Peters and Robert Waterman. (1982)

Industrial Organization: Theory and Practice.  Joan Woodward. (1965)

Management and the Worker.  Fritz J. Roethlisberger and William J. Dickson. (1939)

The Management of Innovation. Tom Burns and George M. Stalker. (1961)

Organizations.  James G. March and Herbert A. Simon. (1958)

The Practice of Management.  Peter F. Drucker. (1954)

The Principles of Scientific Management.  Frederick W. Taylor. (1911)