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The following project was conducted in partnership with University of Detroit Mercy and Ford Community Corps. Multiple non-profits were approached to make this project possible such as; ERACCE, Detroit Audubon, Detroit International Wild-Life...
Digital Download/ e-book In contrast to the practice of mindful management, the traditional goal of many business learners – and teachers – is to learn (and teach) work-based tactics, tools, and techniques. While tactics and technology are a...
The Global Jesuit Case Series (GJCS) was formally launched in 2015 with the singular goal of establishing a series of real-world business cases, written by executives, educators and entrepreneurs whose work would place people and planet on...
Reflection is a fundamental component of Ignatian pedagogy linking action and experience to learning. Developing skills of reflection will support students’ current learning. Promoting the habit of reflection will nurture individuals’ growth in...
William Powers, in his book Hamlet’s Blackberry (2010), makes the point that many in the developed and developing world live in an interconnected space: there are few moments when we are not talking, texting, downloading, surfing, lurking,...