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A Handbook of Practical Wisdom: Leadership, Organization and Integral Business Practice

Human Science


by
Wendelin Kupers (Editor) and David J. Pauleen (Editor)

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 246 pages

File size: 17.3 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English


Wisdom has become increasingly important for dealing with complex business contexts. A Handbook of Practical Wisdom delivers an integral and practical understanding of wisdom from a multi- and trans-disciplinary perspective. The Handbook is written by well-known researchers, who delve both broadly and deeply into the potential for wisdom for organisational and managerial life, placing it firmly at the forefront of responsible, ethical and sustainable management theory and practice. Accordingly, this handbook serves as a medium for reassessing and rearticulating more responsible ways of ‘praxis’ in the field of organization and management. In this spirit, the chapters open a space for dialogue and debate. Rather than offering closure and final answers, we expect this first book in a new series to invite further inquiries, conversations and explorations by and among its readers: students, academics, and practitioners.

Wisdom has become increasingly important for dealing with complex business contexts. A Handbook of Practical Wisdom delivers an integral and practical understanding of wisdom from a multi- and trans-disciplinary perspective. The Handbook is written by well-known researchers, who delve both broadly and deeply into the potential for wisdom for organisational and managerial life, placing it firmly at the forefront of responsible, ethical and sustainable management theory‚Ķ (more)

Wisdom has become increasingly important for dealing with complex business contexts. A Handbook of Practical Wisdom delivers an integral and practical understanding of wisdom from a multi- and trans-disciplinary perspective. The Handbook is written by well-known researchers, who delve both broadly and deeply into the potential for wisdom for organisational and managerial life, placing it firmly at the forefront of responsible, ethical and sustainable management theory and practice. Accordingly, this handbook serves as a medium for reassessing and rearticulating more responsible ways of ‘praxis’ in the field of organization and management. In this spirit, the chapters open a space for dialogue and debate. Rather than offering closure and final answers, we expect this first book in a new series to invite further inquiries, conversations and explorations by and among its readers: students, academics, and practitioners.

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