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The Contribution of Love, and Hate, to Organizational Ethics.

By: Schwartz, Michael.
Contributor(s): Harris, Howard | Comer, Debra.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations: Publisher: Bingley : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2016Description: 1 online resource (278 p.).ISBN: 9781786355034.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Contribution of Love, and Hate, to Organizational EthicsDDC classification: 174 LOC classification: HF5387-5387.5Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- The Contribution of Love, and Hate, to Organizational Ethics -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Editorial Board -- List of Contributors -- Love and Hate in Organizational Ethics -- References -- Divine Friendship and the Practice of Management -- Introduction -- Divine Friendship -- The Practice of Management -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Let Love Rule: Opportunities and Impediments for Cooperation in Network Organizations -- Introduction -- Three Ideal Types of Organizational Leadership -- Three Archetypes of Love: Agape, Eros and Philia -- Defining Networks: Two Types
Networks in Governance Network Theory -- GNT-Characteristics of Networks -- Let Love Rule: It Is All about People -- First Lens of Actor Analysis: Position of Actors -- Second Lens of Actor Analysis: Different Frames of Reference -- Third Lens of Actor Analysis: Existence of Advocacy Coalitions -- Fourth Lens of Actor Analysis: Dependency Relations -- The Rule of Love for the Network Manager -- Different Network Management Strategies -- Types of Network Structure Strategies -- Types of Network Process Strategies -- The Application of Philia-Love in Networks: Trust Management
Let Love Rule: The Model of Collaborative Governance -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Surviving and Thriving in Constructive Conflict: The Emotional Lives of Business Ethics Faculty and Non-Profit Human Service Workers -- Characterizations of Philosophical Concepts -- Mary Parker Follett and Constructive Conflict -- Louis Coser: The Functions of Social Conflict -- The Importance of Revenue and Utility in Business Discourse -- Methods -- Findings -- Emotional Responses to Change in Organizational Ethics Resulting in Conflict - Data Set 1 - Employees in Non-Profit Human Service Organization
Negative Emotional Responses: Fear, Anger, and Sadness -- Fear -- Anger -- Sadness -- Positive Emotional Responses: Trust, Comfort, Hope, Pride, and Joy -- Trust -- Comfort -- Hope -- Pride -- Joy -- Emotional Responses to Conflict between Personal and Organizational Ethics - Data Set 2: Faculty Teaching Ethics at Business Schools -- Negative Emotional Responses: Sadness, Alienation, Loneliness, Frustration, and Discouragement -- Positive Emotional Responses: Hope, Dedication to Their Jobs and the Institution, and Joy -- Discussion -- Data Set 1 -- Data Set 2 -- Limitations -- Notes -- References
Love and Hate in University Technology Transfer: Examining Faculty and Staff Conflicts and Ethical Issues -- Introduction -- Examining the Faculty/TTO Relationship -- When Do Research Faculty "Love" Their TTO? -- When Do TTOs "Love" Their Research Faculty? -- When Do Research Faculty "Hate" Their TTO Staff? -- When Do TTO Staff "Hate" Their Faculty Clients? -- Implications -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Can the Understanding of Economics Lead to Conscious Sustainability? The Example of Love -- Introduction -- Knowledge and Understanding -- Knowing and Understanding Economics
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Summary: The latest volume of Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations examines a range of contemporary issues in applied and professional ethics and explores the unique role of organizational ethics in creating and sustaining a pluralistic, free enterprise economy.
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Front Cover -- The Contribution of Love, and Hate, to Organizational Ethics -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Editorial Board -- List of Contributors -- Love and Hate in Organizational Ethics -- References -- Divine Friendship and the Practice of Management -- Introduction -- Divine Friendship -- The Practice of Management -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Let Love Rule: Opportunities and Impediments for Cooperation in Network Organizations -- Introduction -- Three Ideal Types of Organizational Leadership -- Three Archetypes of Love: Agape, Eros and Philia -- Defining Networks: Two Types

Networks in Governance Network Theory -- GNT-Characteristics of Networks -- Let Love Rule: It Is All about People -- First Lens of Actor Analysis: Position of Actors -- Second Lens of Actor Analysis: Different Frames of Reference -- Third Lens of Actor Analysis: Existence of Advocacy Coalitions -- Fourth Lens of Actor Analysis: Dependency Relations -- The Rule of Love for the Network Manager -- Different Network Management Strategies -- Types of Network Structure Strategies -- Types of Network Process Strategies -- The Application of Philia-Love in Networks: Trust Management

Let Love Rule: The Model of Collaborative Governance -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Surviving and Thriving in Constructive Conflict: The Emotional Lives of Business Ethics Faculty and Non-Profit Human Service Workers -- Characterizations of Philosophical Concepts -- Mary Parker Follett and Constructive Conflict -- Louis Coser: The Functions of Social Conflict -- The Importance of Revenue and Utility in Business Discourse -- Methods -- Findings -- Emotional Responses to Change in Organizational Ethics Resulting in Conflict - Data Set 1 - Employees in Non-Profit Human Service Organization

Negative Emotional Responses: Fear, Anger, and Sadness -- Fear -- Anger -- Sadness -- Positive Emotional Responses: Trust, Comfort, Hope, Pride, and Joy -- Trust -- Comfort -- Hope -- Pride -- Joy -- Emotional Responses to Conflict between Personal and Organizational Ethics - Data Set 2: Faculty Teaching Ethics at Business Schools -- Negative Emotional Responses: Sadness, Alienation, Loneliness, Frustration, and Discouragement -- Positive Emotional Responses: Hope, Dedication to Their Jobs and the Institution, and Joy -- Discussion -- Data Set 1 -- Data Set 2 -- Limitations -- Notes -- References

Love and Hate in University Technology Transfer: Examining Faculty and Staff Conflicts and Ethical Issues -- Introduction -- Examining the Faculty/TTO Relationship -- When Do Research Faculty "Love" Their TTO? -- When Do TTOs "Love" Their Research Faculty? -- When Do Research Faculty "Hate" Their TTO Staff? -- When Do TTO Staff "Hate" Their Faculty Clients? -- Implications -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Can the Understanding of Economics Lead to Conscious Sustainability? The Example of Love -- Introduction -- Knowledge and Understanding -- Knowing and Understanding Economics

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The latest volume of Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations examines a range of contemporary issues in applied and professional ethics and explores the unique role of organizational ethics in creating and sustaining a pluralistic, free enterprise economy.

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Michael Schwartz, School of Economics, Finance & Marketing, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne, AustraliaHoward Harris, School of Management, University of South Australia, Adelaide, AustraliaDebra R. Comer, Department of Management & Entrepreneurship, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY, USA

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