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Towards a Better Understanding of World Humanism

  • Shiban Khan
  • Wolfgang Amann
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Part of the Humanism in Business Series book series (HUBUS)

Abstract

The main purpose of this book is twofold. First, together with our fellow authors, we want to mirror and embrace the complexity inherent in the different shades and ways of understanding humanism in business. It is very tempting to ignore this phenomenon and simply let it lie, as the local idiosyncrasies we have experienced during our research, teaching, and consulting projects around the world is bewildering. These local elements often present themselves quite distinctly, while at other times they are less noticeable. Overall, the sheer plethora of shades eventually leads to a rather fascinating kaleidoscope. The second purpose of this book, therefore, is to endeavour to capture this kaleidoscope.

Keywords

Business Ethic Business School Human Dignity Family Business Humanistic Management 
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  • Wolfgang Amann

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