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World Humanism : Cross-cultural Perspectives on Ethical Practices in Organizations

By: Khan, Shiban.
Contributor(s): Amann, Wolfgang.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Humanism in Business Series: Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013Description: 1 online resource (249 p.).ISBN: 9781137378491.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: World Humanism : Cross-cultural Perspectives on Ethical Practices in OrganizationsLOC classification: HF5387 | .K436 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Preface; About the Editors; List of Contributors; 1 Towards a Better Understanding of World Humanism; 2 Economic Humanism andWestern Management:Theory and Practice; 3 Humanistic Management and North American Business Ethics; 4 Alterity, Otherness and Humanistic Management in Latin America: Bancoldex and Views as Two Colombian Case Studies; 5 Scandinavian Cooperative Advantage: The Case of IKEA; 6 Humanistic Management and Sustainable Transformation with Regional Scope on Germany, Austria and Switzerland
7 Corporate Social Responsibility Management in Poland8 The Italian Way to Humanistic Management 2.0; 9 Towards a Humanistic and Responsible Managerial Decision Making Model : The Corporate Ubuntu Approach; 10 Business Ethics Practices in Israel: Jewish Ethical Traditions and Management Behaviour; 11The Islamic Paradigm of Morality: Toward a Humanism Approach; 12 Antecedents to Humanistic Management Approach in India: The Role of Family Businesses; 13 Indian Ethos as Humanistic Management Principles: A Case Study of a Family Business Organization
14 The Ethical Background of Business in China - An Outline15 Business Ethics and Corporate System in Japan; 16 Emerging Insights on World Humanism; Index
Summary: <p >The purpose of <span style=""font-style:italic;"" >World Humanism: Cross-cultural Perspectives on Ethical Practices in Organizations</span> is to discover what is distinctive about humanistic management practices around the world. It examines the nature and occurrence of humanistic management practices within businesses and other organizations across the world.
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Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Preface; About the Editors; List of Contributors; 1 Towards a Better Understanding of World Humanism; 2 Economic Humanism andWestern Management:Theory and Practice; 3 Humanistic Management and North American Business Ethics; 4 Alterity, Otherness and Humanistic Management in Latin America: Bancoldex and Views as Two Colombian Case Studies; 5 Scandinavian Cooperative Advantage: The Case of IKEA; 6 Humanistic Management and Sustainable Transformation with Regional Scope on Germany, Austria and Switzerland

7 Corporate Social Responsibility Management in Poland8 The Italian Way to Humanistic Management 2.0; 9 Towards a Humanistic and Responsible Managerial Decision Making Model : The Corporate Ubuntu Approach; 10 Business Ethics Practices in Israel: Jewish Ethical Traditions and Management Behaviour; 11The Islamic Paradigm of Morality: Toward a Humanism Approach; 12 Antecedents to Humanistic Management Approach in India: The Role of Family Businesses; 13 Indian Ethos as Humanistic Management Principles: A Case Study of a Family Business Organization

14 The Ethical Background of Business in China - An Outline15 Business Ethics and Corporate System in Japan; 16 Emerging Insights on World Humanism; Index

<p >The purpose of <span style=""font-style:italic;"" >World Humanism: Cross-cultural Perspectives on Ethical Practices in Organizations</span> is to discover what is distinctive about humanistic management practices around the world. It examines the nature and occurrence of humanistic management practices within businesses and other organizations across the world.

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<p>Shiban Khan is Research Fellow at the Institute for Supply Chain Management: Procurement and Logistics, EBS Business School, Germany, where she concentrates on the Institute's India-focused research portfolio. Her projects include sourcing in India, supply chain security and sustainability, and comparative procurement practices of German and Indian companies. Her expertise lies in theories and cultural implications of CSR and sustainable business strategies, management in India and global sourcing. She has been a visiting tutor at the Henley Business School of the University of Reading, UK, and has lectured on sustainability and the BRIC countries at the University of St.Gallen, Switzerland. She has also been a visiting scholar at the Indian Institute of Management, India, and Hosei University, Japan. Shiban is a co-founder of the humanistic management network, and has previously been the executive director of Oikos International. Shiban holds an MSc in Environmental Studies from the University of Pennsylvania, USA, and a PhD in International Management from the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. Wolfgang Amann graduated from the Harvard Institute for Management and Leadership in Education, USA, and from the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland, where he received his PhD in International Management. After years in top management consulting, Wolfgang has been marketing, designing, directing, and delivering executive education seminars for more than a decade. He previously directed as strategy professor the Henley Centre for Creative Destruction and was Vice-Director of the Executive School at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. He has also been a visiting professor in institutions around the world. He now serves as the Executive Academic Director of Executive Education and faculty at the Goethe Business School of the University of Frankfurt, Germany. He has written more than a hundred case studies for his programs, along with a variety of books on sound management as well as management education.</p>

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