This is a Special Interest Group (SIG) where members of AMED and friends can contribute to continuing discussions about better management, leadership and organisation through the lens of Humanistic Management.
Humanistic Management remains focused on the valuing of the human for their own sake. It has a strong focus on human dignity, the essential value of the person and an ethic of care - human well-being is a goal and not a mechanism for performance.
The education and development of practitioners, managers and leaders are fundamental to humanistic management principles in the hope of better governance and the growth of the human as a participative, creative, sustained and fulfilled member of world society.
This SIG has arisen following discussion between members of the Steering Group of the UK Chapter of the Humanistic Management Network:
Members of this Steering Group have been contributors to the Winter 2018 and Summer 2020 editions of e-O&P and they are:
Dr Christina Schwabenland, Steering Group Convenor, University of Bedford, Christina.Schwabenland@beds.ac.uk
Dr Ilaria Boncori, University of Essex
Paul Harrison, Volunteer Co-ordinator Humanists in Business, email@example.com
Dr Bob MacKenzie, AMED, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Ruth Slater, freelance researcher, email@example.com
(Humanistic Management SIG Convenor).
This SIG is new and in development, so please check back for updates and resources.
Latest Activity: Mar 18
Look out for a Call for Papers!
One of our Humanistic Management Network Members, Paul Harrison, circulated details of a webinar featuring a discussion between a representative from Blueprint* and **Professor Alex Edmans of ….. …Continue
Started by Ruth Elizabeth Slater Mar 18.
The Humanistic Management Network hosted its 8th international conference between 4th and 6th November. In common with other events that went ahead this year, the conference migrated online through…Continue
Started by Ruth Elizabeth Slater. Last reply by Bob MacKenzie Nov 20, 2020.
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Welcome to the discussion on Reflecting and learning in Lockdown:…Continue
Started by Ruth Elizabeth Slater. Last reply by Bob MacKenzie Nov 6, 2020.
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