Tag: humanistic management

Blanca A. Camargo

Dr. Blanca A. Camargo is a full professor of International Tourism and Sustainability and CSR in the Business School at Universidad de Monterrey (Mexico). She holds two master's degrees in Hospitality and Tourism Management and, after an active career in the hotel industry, she obtained a doctoral degree in sustainable tourism management from Texas A&M University. Her line of research focuses on ethics, justice, and dignity in tourism development, management and marketing. She is the co-founder Read more [...]
Humanistic Management Journal – Call for Papers for the Special Issue on “Human flourishing, digital transformation, and the Fourth Industrial Revolution”

Humanistic Management Journal – Call for Papers for the Special Issue on “Human flourishing, digital transformation, and the Fourth Industrial Revolution”

Managers have responsibilities for achieving organizational goals.  In pursuit of such responsibilities, managers make certain decisions, deploy tools, issue policies, and engage in discussions and other actions.  In the current milieu, managers increasingly have to consider the broader use of information and communications technologies -- broadly referred to as digital technologies -- in order to fulfill their responsibilities.  The embrace of digital technologies in organizations Read more [...]

Kemi Ogunyemi

Kemi Ogunyemi, Associate Professor, holds a degree in Law from the University of Ibadan, an LLM from the University of Strathclyde and MBA and PhD degrees from Pan-Atlantic University. She currently teaches business ethics, managerial anthropology, self-leadership and sustainability management at the Lagos Business School. She is also the director of the Christopher Kolade Centre for Research in Leadership and Ethics as well as the academic director for the School’s Senior Management Programme. Read more [...]

Angela Chen

Angela Chen is a PhD Candidate in Management at the University of Melbourne, Australia.  Her dissertation focuses on understanding how compassion and suffering arise in businesses through the way HR practices are implemented.  Angela is qualitative researcher.  Her research interests include suffering, compassion, positive organizations, and sustainable HRM.  In addition to teaching classes in organizational behavior and international business, she has served as a research assistant Read more [...]

Bruce A. Kibler

Bruce A. Kibler, PhD. attended the University of Maryland, College Park for a BS in Political Science and a MA in German Language and Literature, Johns Hopkins for an MAS in Business and Information Technology and Matej Bel University in the Slovak Republic for his PhD in Strategic and International Management. Dr. Kibler has performed projects in diverse countries such as the acquisition of Voicestream (T-Mobile) by Deutsche Telekom ($53 bn) and the business transformation of Hrvatski Telekom, Read more [...]

Ivy E. Sackey

Dr. Ivy Efua Sackey is a Fellow of the West African Post Graduate College of Nurses/Midwives, a capacity builder, teacher, and an inspiring leader who is passionate about general nursing, adolescent, and women’s health, reproductive, maternal, and child health issues. She is also a member of the Institute of Directors (IoD) Ghana, and is a gifted strategist who takes a holistic approach to transforming organizations through resource identification, project management, partnership development, Read more [...]

Diego Arias

Diego Arias earnt his Ph.D. in Management at IESE Business School. His research is focused on the integration of fields between business ethics and organizational theory. As a qualitative scholar, Diego’s research concentrates on the topics of corporate purpose, identity and authenticity, and corporate social responsibility. His current work explores how social entrepreneurs’ identity changes over time. This research explores the changes that occurred to social entrepreneurs’ self-concept Read more [...]

Ayse Yemiscigil

Ayse Yemiscigil, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior at Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business and a Research Affiliate with The Human Flourishing Program at Harvard University. Professor Yemiscigil’s research brings a humanistic lens to leadership development and management. Using an interdisciplinary approach, she studies how leaders cultivate humanistic ideals such as flourishing and wellbeing, meaning, purpose, and authenticity in themselves, organizations, Read more [...]
Rising to the Moment – Panel on Compassion in Business

Rising to the Moment – Panel on Compassion in Business

IHMA 2019/20 Fellow Reut Livne-Tarandach has been invited to participate in a U Michigan Business School panel on Compassion U Michigan Business School is bringing together leading compassion scholars and practitioners to share insights about leading and working with compassion in current times. I am lined up to serve on this panel along with a number of other compassion scholars and practitioners. The panel is led virtually on 9/24 between 10-11:30am EST. Here is a little bit more information Read more [...]