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  • Transforming Capitalism

    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
  • Case Studies in Social Entrepreneurship

    This book is an essential resource for the increasing number of facilitators that wish to help students learn about the promise and pitfalls of social enterprise. The oikos-Ashoka case competition for social entrepreneurship was conceived in 2007 as a way to help find great material and case studies in this emerging field. This fourth collection of oikos case studies is based on the winning cases from the 2010 to 2014 annual case competitions. These cases have been highly praised because they provide excellent learning opportunities, tell engaging stories, deal with recent situations, include quotations from key actors, are thought-provoking and controversial, require decision-making, provide clear take-aways and are all supported by teaching guidance and comprehensive teaching notes available to faculty. Read More
  • Case Studies in Corporate Sustainability and Social Entrepreneurship

    https://gre.presswarehouse.com/Books/BookDetail.aspx?productID=396383 In 2008, Ashoka launched the “Changemaker Campus Initiative” which applies Ashoka’s rigorous criteria to select and support universities as they develop and implement a comprehensive social entrepreneurship plan. Through the lessons learned from this network, and with input from its broader global network of those experienced in the field, Ashoka aims to set a new standard for social entrepreneurship education. Read More
  • Humanistic Perspectives on International Business and Management

    The world is witnessing a number of severe crises including climate change, rise of international terrorism, social inequities, food shortage, material and spiritual poverty. Some argue that globalization has exacerbated these crises, while others argue globalization can be part of the solution. Globalization, understood as the cross-border integration of markets for products, labor, capital and knowledge, clearly is a force that has the potential to change the experience of human existence as well as its consequences for current and future ecosystems. Read More
  • Global Intercultural Leadership Challenge

    Between the University of Applied Sciences, Laurea (Finland) and Universidad EAN (Colombia), a Global Virtual Module of Intercultural and Global Leadership will be undertaken. In this module you will learn about cultural diversity and how it aects modern-day work life in the globalized world of work. You will get to know some of the key elements of working internationally and interculturally, in both virtual and face-to-face teams. Also, the challenges of intercultural leadership will be explored. Although this is part of a Unit of Study of both Universities, since it will be supported through Blackboard, other members of the Humanistic Management Network can participate. Read More
  • Human Centered Executive Education

    We are editing a new book on Human Centered Executive Education. The speed of change in business and other organizations' environment and the urgency to address the challenges we face as a global community accelerate the need to transform the industrial prototype into a human centered paradigm in organizations and societies. In executive education this implies a need for change in both, program content and delivery. We consequently see a pertinent need for answering three main questions with regard to Executive Education programs around the world today. Read More
  • The 'Center for Humanistic Management' was launched

      The Center for Humanistic Management was established to do research, provide teaching and inform practice and policy along the precepts of humanistic management. Humanistic management respects and protects human dignity and promotes sustainable human well-being in line with the carrying capacity of the planet. Read More
  • The 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management - August 1-5, 2014 - Philadelphia, PA

    Congratulations! I am pleased to inform you that the ITC (International Theme Committee) division will be sponsoring your PDW (Professional Development Workshop) proposal, submission #10624 titled "Developing an alternative Paradigm: Global Perspectives on Humanistic Management.", for the 2014 Academy of Management Meeting taking place August 1-5 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The schedule of sessions is still being finalized. Read More
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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.

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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.

For more information on the event please follow this link

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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

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