Time: October 10, 2019 at 9am to October 11, 2019 at 6pm
Location: Jagiellonian University in Krakow
Street: ul. prof. St. Lojasiewicza 4
City/Town: 30-348 Krakow, Poland
Website or Map: http://humanisticmanagement.n…
Event Type: international, conference
Organized By: The International Humanistic Management Network
Latest Activity: Jul 22, 2019
You are welcome to join us for this international gathering in the ancient Polish university city of Krakow. The newly-formed Humanistic Management UK Chapter, supported by AMED, is leading a plenary Open Space session.
Christina Schwabenland, Humanistic Management UK Chapter Lead, writes:
‘It has been a while since I wrote to everyone on this list. I hope that you have all found the Facebook page - search facebook for Humanistic Management Network UK Chapter. There are fairly frequent postings there and everyone is very welcome to contribute!
Since our last big project, the Winter 2018 special issue of AMED's e-journal e-Organisations and People, we have established a steering group (Ilaria Boncori, Paul Harrison. Bob MacKenzie, Bella Mehta and Ruth Salter) and the group has met three times. We are now working on plans to facilitate a session at the international Humanistic Management Network's annual conference which will be held in Krakow, on the 10-11 October.
It would. be great if some of you could come. The conference theme is on ‘Solidarity and the Common Good’. One of our UK Chapter members, Monika Kostera, is on the organising conference committee. The conference is a great opportunity to meet and share in the developing conversations about what humanistic management means in the different countries where we have chapters, and how they are variously developing their work. And the conference is very cheap - 25 euros if you register by the end of July (not including travel and accommodation).
Since publication in December 2018, the e-O&P articles have been widely read. Lara Owen's article was amongst the most downloaded from Academia Edu during the first three- month period following publication! Wonderful to have such impact.’
Cost: €25 (exclusive of travel and accommodation).
Conference programme and travel directions: click on the conference website.
Do come if you can to find out more about humanistic management, and to support this initiative.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact Christina. E: Christina.Schwabenland@beds.ac.uk
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