Submitted by: Zach Moo Young Why is this important to Humanistic Management:An initiative of the Aspen Institute Business and Society…
The kind of teaching that the Awards highlight – teaching that “prepares students with the content, skills and mindset to respond to the complexity and rapidly changing issues embedded in our economic and social systems” – is ever more urgent.
There are certain qualities that make someone a great leader. They need to be able to communicate, delegate, express empathy, influence, show resilience, be accountable, and share their vision — all of which can me strengthened through the art of mindfulness.
In the everyday bustle of working and fulfilling responsibilities, we tend to forget to devote precious moments to ourselves. Taking moments to re-center ourselves through mindfulness-based practices helps to alleviate stress and move towards well-being.
Join leaders of business school sustainability research centres June 24-26, 2020, in Vienna, Austria.
His new book The Healing Organization: Awakening the Conscience of Business to Help Save the World, co-authored with Professor Raj Sisodia, was released on September 17, 2019.
Why is this important to Humanistic Management: In this essay for the Great Transition Initiative, Global Reporting Initiative co-founder Allen White reflects on the history and present of corporate social responsibility and argues that CSR advocates must go deeper, pushing for a redesign of the corporation itself. This piece will be of interest to all those seeking to make a more equitable and sustainable mode of business.
Major conference on advancing business education and practice with the SDGs. Michael Pirson is facilitating a dialogue session which will be facilitated simultaneously at many Universities throughout the NE, et al.
The conference on subsistence marketplace looks at issues related to consumer and entrepreneur communities living at very low income levels. Typical management theories don’t apply directly here. In this sense it is similar to the premise of humanistic management.
The ten 2019 Ideas Worth Teaching Award-winning courses shine a bright light on the future of management education—and paint an aspirational picture for the future of business practices.