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Shaun Mader discusses the role of trust in an organization and how to optimize it using an Optimal Trust Grid.
What role does trust play in an organization? Is there a way to optimize it. Our guest, Shaun Mader, is a...
In this zoom conversation Joe Sprangel...
Who are the stakeholders in this scene? What roles do they play? Is it just a whim?
Let’s find out with Raji Sivaraman who is a researcher in advanced sustainability. She brings her knowledge from various industries and various...
This Teaching Note provides business faculty with detailed step-by-step guidance on using the Harvard Everest Leadership and Teams Simulation in teaching and coaching students on the ethical aspects of their leadership and decision making. This...
Business Grand Rounds is a flexible, student-centered, case-based learning process grounded in students’ self-described personal experiences (Weidner & Lvina, 2017). Business Grand Rounds is rooted in Ignatian pedagogy...
This provides virtual immersion learning opportunities about those in low-income contexts around the world and locally, referred to in the stream of work we have pioneered as subsistence marketplaces. We address hungers articulated in...
Both Pope Francis (in Laudato Si’) and the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change agree that current methods of production and patterns of consumption cause catastrophic environmental harm. The UN body, in a 2019 report, explicitly called...
Author Jennifer Hancock has created resources to help educators use the book in their courses.
The 3 big ideas presented in the book are:
- Ethical Philosophy Matters in Business Because Humans Matter to Businesses ...
A humanistic business management approach to thinking about the economy. Capitalists vs. Consumers 11 min video discussion on whether it's supply and demand, or demand and supply - from a humanistic management perspective.