Forget Taylor's scientific principles, reinvent new, simple, easy to understand principles that fit to the new era we're entering.
Principles of Taylor's Scientific Management have fallen short. They didn't help us get into crises so there must be some weak points in them, probably because they were dominantly focused on efficiency and not or less on effectiveness. This leads allways to suboptimizations.
It's time to say goodbye to the era of Taylor and it's scientific management principles and it's time to say hello to the new era of tailor-made principles where we start really listening to eachother what we really (and urgently) need. And not what only the shareholders say to us is relevant. Or abstract company goals instead of human oriented goals. Time to put human beings central in all our actions. Time to innovate and change around what people really want and need, not around short term economic benefits that only help a few individuals. Time to refocus from efficiency to effectiveness. Time to integrate spiritual/intuitive Business management techniques with the more scientific/rational techniques. Time to make mgmt techniques all so simple that an average unschooled human being can understand it. No extensive theories, just a few simple principles would do. Time to take away abstractions we made in the past just so we could hide the (sometimes) dirty details. Time to open up organizations so they can easier co-create towards more human race oriented goals. Goals we all share or are willing to share. Time to share what can be shared. And finally, time to take away fears to change traditional mgmt techniques by facing them with simple antidotes like love, respect, learning-centric culture etc.
Communicate, communicate, communicate
Develop a few simple principles, test them for scalability and simplicity, publish them, try to make them viral via social networks