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The Humanistic Management Network has been editing a book series on Humanism in Business for about 5 years. We have a total of 11 volumes out now: take a look:
Read more: Humanistic Management Book Series growing
Save the date: Humanistic Management goes Latin America (Veracruz, Mexico) from March 25-27, 2015. La Gerencia Humanista- la protección de la dignidad humana y la promoción del bien común
With our supporters at EGADE, UCC and USEM (program to follow shortly)
Read more: Humanistic Management Conference in Mexico
The Institute for Business Ethics at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland has been one of the most influential institutions of its kind over the last two and a half decades. To celebrate its achievements, order review its activities of the past 25 years and draw up future perspectives, current and past members as well as friends of the Institute followed the invitation to a two day conference.
Over the course of two days participants saw a series of presentations followed by discussants responses, highlighting specific issues of the presentations and critically reflecting on their main propositions. The Humanistic Management Center was invited to co-present on a talk by Professor Florian Wettstein, director of the Institute for Business Ethics at the University of St. Gallen, on business and human rights.
For more information on the event please follow this link
En el marco de la FIL Guadalajara, la Humanistic Management Network con ECOE ediciones estará lanzando el libro 'TENDENCIAS GERENCIALES. Gerencia Humanista Aplicada', en donde aparecen 12 casos exitosos de empresas a nivel global. Esta es la versión en español de nuestro libro "Humanistic Management in Practice" (Palgrave, 2010).
Este libro es la realización de los sueños de muchas personas, comenzando por los dueños, gerentes o grupos encargados de las empresas que aquí se presentan. Ellos querían— han logrado y están logrando— un mundo mejor. En ese sentido, se sentaron a pensar si era posible montar una empresa que se apartara radicalmente del enfoque tradicional de administración con base en “mandar y controlar”. Así, no solo cambiaron la imagen del “jefe” que solo está para hacer.
Read more: Feria Internacional del Libro, Guadalajara, México.
Capitalism has long had a bad reputation, and not only in the former communistic countries. The public discourse on continents such as Latin America and Africa has long been very critical of Anglo-Saxon style business. What is novel, however, is that with the new millennium, the discontent with capitalism seems to have become global. Even in Anglo-Saxon cultures, the former bastions of private property, free entrepreneurship and deregulated markets, shareholder capitalism has sparked widespread protests that unite such ideological foes as the tea party or the Occupy Wall Street movements.
Read more: Transforming Capitalism
The PRME Regional Chapter DACH organized the 2014 Responsible Management Education Research Conference as a "forum for on-going research on the manifold initiatives undertaken to implement PRME in business teaching for the future we want." At the conference we had the opportunity to host a workshop on executive education.
The Workshop commenced with a round of introductions of the participants as well as the program for the workshop. The program was based on providing a brief introduction to the three stepped approach to Humanistic Management before moving on to exploring the two Executive Education initiatives the Humanistic Management Center is currently engaged in.
A group of organizations and most importantly, of curios people, decided to look for new ways of organizational arrangement to interact and collectively seek solutions to the challenges of sustainability that we are currently facing within them. It was an invitation to participants to explore together important questions through dialogical methodology of the World Café. It was an experience to live how organizations can invent new organizational cultures that are aligned with the level of human development that we are dreaming—and seeing in some humanisticly managed corporations, and also toencourage new ways of working within more powerful, touching and meaningful organizational scenarios.#despertandoorganizaciones
Read more: Experience the Organisational Awakening
Practical Wisdom in Management, Business Across Spiritual Traditions, by Theodore Roosevelt Malloch is the first ever case collectionon on the impact of spiritual and religious traditions on management.
This book is an exploration of how practical wisdom from spiritual traditions inspires corporate leadership and permeates many corporate cultures. Covering 10 major religions, this book includes in-depth case studies of 26 multinational corporations, analysed with an emphasis on their values and spiritual inspiration, alongside business and strategic issues.
Two young Colombian entrepreneurs, Alejandro and Fernando, started five years ago their companies. Marq & Esdi, an interior designing company, and María Panela an ecclectic company (energy drinks, food production, social innovation) based on sugar-cane products, share the same dream: a sustainable capitalism. Since August 2014 we contact them to help strenght their humanistic management models in order to capitalize their interesting ideas.
Read more: Two new Colombian companies joined the Humanistic Management Network
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