Dr. Sophia Town earned her Ph.D. in organizational communication from Arizona State University. Her research, which spans the fields of organizational communication and management, is humanistic, use-inspired and guided by one key question: “How can scholars and practitioners promote human flourishing in organizations?”
Anke Winchenbach is an ESRC funded PhD researcher and teaching fellow in the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at the University of Surrey, UK. Her research focuses on understanding livelihood diversification from fishing into tourism in coastal communities in the UK. Utilising dignity as the guiding concept, the project will explore how people experience and understand their lives in relation to their work in times of social change and declining natural resources
You can’t understand humanistic business management unless you understand what humanism is. This book provides a short introduction to the philosophy of humanism and discusses how and why it is being applied to business and why it is so effective when you do so. Humanism helps us prioritize human value as important. It supports positive interpersonal relationships and collaborative and respectful decision-making. Since all businesses are in the business of solving problems, good problem solving is essential to good business.
On May 24th 2019 – the Humanistic Management Professionals group hosted Kristin Sherry, author of YouMap: Find Yourself. Blaze Your Path. Show the World! to talk about Onboarding with Dignity
DALLA RESPONSABILITÀ ALLA GENERATIVITÀ: LE NUOVE FRONTIERE DELLO HUMANISTIC MANAGEMENT SOTTO LA LENTE DELL’ECONOMIA CIVILE
An important question for business leaders is whether they are paying their employees enough to have decent lives. Certainly, if they think that the government poverty threshold is too low, isn’t it their duty to pay much more than the minimum wage? After all, labor productivity has been increasing in the past years while real wages have been stagnant. Shouldn’t workers get a higher share of this productivity increase?
leaders of global university centers founded a consortium to advance and transform research, teaching, and outreach to foster a humanistic management approach to organizing.
On March 22nd 2019, Rob Briner, Professor of Organizational Psychology in the School of Business and Management at Queen Mary University…
Submitted by Jennifer Hancock How we think about human resources matter. Are human resources – resources to be exploited? Or…
Thoughts by Yogesh Potdar on his participation in the 6th Annual International Conference on Humanistic Management held first time in India at CMR University, Bengaluru organized by the Humanistic Management Network and sponsored by CMR University and the Weltethos Institute.