Submitted by Tracy Chang of Rutgers University
Link to Content: https://smlr.rutgers.edu/wellbeing-covid19
Why is this important to Humanistic Management: I am seeking collaborators for the Tools of Wellbeing COVID-19 National Study of Undergraduate Students. This will foster collaboration within the Humanistic Management community, help our students to be a wholesome human being and future leaders of humanistic management. The role of collaborators is co-investigators. Please contact me Read more [...]
Companies should be prudent in drafting their MECQ work policies to protect their employees. Before any policy is implemented, companies should include all stakeholders in the decision-making process. If, as an employee, you find yourself surprised, or wondering where these policies the higher-ups are forcing on you, came from, there is a failure in the decision-making process.
Submitted by: Miguel Paolo Paredes, De La Salle University
Why is this important to Humanistic Management: Creativity, while being a significant driving force for innovation and competitiveness, is not always fostered in organizations. While individuals may be innately creative, this does not automatically transfer to their performance at work. This leads us to question organizational practices or work-place norms, and their effect on individuals' creativity.
https://www.manilatimes.net/2020/01/21/business/columnists-business/fostering-creativity-in-organizations/676149/ Read more [...]