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In this article, we present the results of an evaluation of a new paradigm for the undergraduate “Introduction to Management” course. Included is an overview of the basic principles of the pedagogy, the learning objectives of the course, and...
“Cura personalis” is considered a hallmark of Jesuit education. But what is cura personalis and how is it practiced, especially in an online course and during times of unprecedented change and stress in the landscape of higher education? While...
Changing the curriculum is not a task that most business schools would call “easy.” Yet curricular revision is more important than ever, as the need for social change — and the need for forward-thinking future leaders who will help to execute...
In an attempt to engage Jesuit business school students in transformational learning, Marquette University offers the Applied Global Business Learning (AGBL) Program. This program embodies the Ignatian pedagogy paradigm of helping students gain...
This study aims to reveal the ethical practices in the workplace and the support of the organization in encouraging ethical behavior. A survey was conducted of 786 employees from 131 strategic business units of one of the largest Indonesian...
In this article, we review the challenges to the current economic system and then proceed by presenting two competing paradigms—the economistic and humanistic paradigms of business. We then develop the consequences of the humanistic view for...
In this article, we discuss the importance of human assets in growing and scaling a social venture in order to achieve its objectives and attain financial sustainability. We focus on the three key dimensions of how a social enterprise’s human...