Humanistic Management Professionals Lunch and Learn featuring Randal Joy Thompson, PhD
This is a zoom video call. It is free to register.This is a live 1 hour zoom call.Date: Friday May 21st, noon easternLength 1 hourTopic: Leadership on the Commons: Lessons for Government, Corporations, and NGOsThe commons has become an important contemporary phenomenon as individuals have increasingly desired to join together to self-organize and self-govern resources outside the state and the private sector. Read more [...]
Alfonso Ernesto Benito Fraile, PhD. has graduated in Humanities with a Masters in Executive Development and Leadership, both by the University of Deusto, San Sebastian, Spain. His doctorate is about the Social Responsibility of Enterprise and the Development of Values. All his studies is aimed at supporting the development of people in organizations, to enhance teamwork and leadership.
He has worked as a manager of different educational institutions in Spain and Mexico. Since 2012 he has worked as a consultant and coach on organizational culture, leadership, social responsibility, team management and family business.
Ángela Callejón-Gil is an Associate professor of Finance and Accounting at University of Málaga (Spain). She has been visiting scholar at University College of Dublin. She is the Director of the Master in Tax and Accounting advice for Companies at University of Málaga. Ángela is the academic co-director of the Chair of Sustainable Economy and Finance. She is professor of the Master in Science for the Family and President of the International Forum Women and Society, from which the development of humanistic management in organizations is promoted, working hand to hand with business leaders. She is a mother of 4 children.
Ignacio Ferrero is Professor of Business Ethics and the Dean of the School of Economics and Business at the University of Navarra. He has been Visiting Scholar at Bentley University; at Harvard University (Real Colegio Complutense) and at NotreDame University (Mendoza College of Business). He has published several books on Business Ethics (Handbook of Virtue Ethics in Business and Management, Springer Ed. 2 vols.; Business Ethics: A Virtue Ethics and Common Good Approach, Routlegde Ed.) and articles in academic Journals as Business Ethics Quarterly; Journal of Business Ethics; Business Ethics: A European Review; Business and Society Review.
Manuel Guillén is Professor of Management, OB and Professional Ethics at the University of Valencia (UV). He is the Founder and Director of the Institute for Ethics in Communication and in Organizations (IECO), and Director of the IECO-UV Chair of Business Ethics. Manuel is currently the University of Valencia Representative at RCC-Harvard University.
March Humanistic Management PhD SeminarMonday, March 15 from 12pm - 1pm Eastern.Welcome to IHMA's Humanistic Management PhD Network. We support PhDs with mentoring, social support and research opportunities. We also have possibilities to connect researchers for publication work, and data gathering sites in companies and organizations connected to IHMA.In our monthly gatherings the Humanistic Management Ph.D. network is featuring the work of selected Ph.D. students in the field to :1) highlight Read more [...]
Please join us for a conversation with Fr. Augusto Zampini-Davies on the Vatican’s Covid-19 CommissionAbout the Event:Please join the Leading People and Organization (LPO) at Fordham Gabelli School of Business and the International Humanistic Management Association for an engaging conversation with Fr. Augusto Zampini-Davies on the Vatican’s Covid-19 Commission.Gabelli Fellow Anthony Annett will moderate the event. Fr. Augusto Zampini-Davies's Biography:Fr. Augusto Zampini-Davies, Undersecretary Read more [...]
Rita Jácome, is the Executive Director at IECO-UV Chair of Business Ethics at the University of Valencia (UV) and the Executive Director and Researcher at the Institute for Ethics in Communication and Organizations (IECO). After 15 years working for different companies as Marketing and Communications Director, she currently lectures in organizations in the field of ethics and reputation.
IHMA PhD Network Discussion Group: February 22, 2021Reading about AI and Meaningful Work with a Humanistic Management LensHosted by the International Humanistic Management Association’s PhD/ECR Discussion GroupThe International Humanistic Management Association (IHMA) and its associated PhD network invite students and early career researchers to a reading group which aims to foster rigorous research based on a humanistic paradigm that considers dignity and wellbeing essential to all aspects of Read more [...]