Academic Community Perspective
A volume in the series: Research in Management Education and Development. Editor(s): Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch, Canadian University Dubai. Wolfgang Amann, HEC Paris in Qatar. Hamid H. Kazeroony, Walden University.
In Press 2019
Humanistic Values from Academic Community Perspective is authored by a range of international experts with a diversity of backgrounds and perspectives and provides a collection of ideas, examples and solutions on Humanistic Values in Academia, implementation and problems that occur in this area of consideration.
This volume is a result of numerous discussions within the academic members to incorporate humanistic values like dignity, integrity, care, human rights etc. into our conduct composed of all the academic levels, beginning with students through staff, faculty and administration.
Authors and contributors of this book assume the importance and crucial role of values in managing contemporary organizations emphasizing the fact that the oldest organizations managed by core values are not the globally known and acknowledged business corporation but the institutions like churches, armies and the universities. Numerous institutions of higher education are proud of their core values and present them to their employees, students, and stakeholders.
The book is divided into four parts: I Introduction, II Humanistic values from academic perspective, III Humanistic values from student / faculty perspective and part IV Humanistic values from educational administrative perspective. We sincerely hope that the chapters presented in this volume will open new horizons for the understanding of humanistic values in academia and simultaneously it will provide inspiration and encouragement for further research in this area of study.
PART I: INTRODUCTION. Humanistic Values in Academia, Alfred Lewis and Natalia Stanusch. PART II: HUMANISTIC VALUES FROM ACADEMIC PERSPECTIVE. The University as a Public Space: The Right To The University, Kenneth Mølbjerg Jørgensen. Humanistic Values and the Diverse Cultures of the Academy, Harry Costin. Ethical Leadership: Overcoming the Cycle of Evil, Michelle Browning. Enacting Corporate Humanistic Management through Sustainable Development Innovation, Claire A. Simmers, Adela McMurray, Anne M. Stoughton, and Denise Pereira Curi. Historical Mindedness and the New Humanists, Jaime Barrera-Parra and Gustavo A González-Couture. PART III: HUMANISTIC VALUES FROM STUDENT/FACULTY PERSPECTIVE. Humanistic Values: Shaping the Future Leaders of Corporate America, Corinne Jenni. Teaching Human Rights as Part of a Business and Sustainability Course: The Case for Going Deep, H. Ranson and M. Murphy. Using Organizational Conflict to Promote, Ignore or Hinder Humanistic Values? The Case of Managers’ Voices, Helena Desivilya Syna, Orit Shamir-Balderman, and Michal Shamir. Building Integrity by Understanding the Nuances of Corruption, Vivek Khanna and Prabhjot Dutta Khanna. PART IV: HUMANISTIC VALUES FROM EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE PERSPECTIVE. Humanistic Values from Educational Administrative Perspective, Li-Hwa Hung. Humanistic Renaissance for Good: Leadership Lessons from Florence to Silicon Valley, Marco Tavanti and Elizabeth A. Wilp. From Fragmentation to Complexity and Humanism to Harmony, Maurice Yolles. Privacy Is the New Luxury Good: How Individuals Reclaim Their Sovereignty, Mary Beth McCabe and Michael Becker. Biographies.
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