The Moral Imperatives of Humanistic Management

Humanistic Management Journal 4 (2):155-158 (2019)
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I discuss the nature of the moral imperatives that Humanistic Management seems to propose. In particular I discuss whether Humanistic Management should be seen as an inspirational invitation to reimagine how organizations could be conceived and practiced or as a mode of organizing which is mean to replace our current forms of organizing and which we have a moral imperative to adopt.



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Santiago Mejia
Fordham University