The International Humanistic Management Association (IHMA), in collaboration with Fordham University and De La Salle University’s Center for Business Research and Development – Business for Human Development Network, opens nominations for the Humanistic Management Book Award for scholarly contributions in the field of humanistic management.
In order to qualify, the award must “advance thinking on better humanistic management” with regard to the following:
• The protection of dignity (human and all life), i.e. The role of intrinsic value in the organizing process, the role of human dignity within the managerial context, the role of dignity of life in general and its relevance for better organizing practices
• The promotion of well-being (common good), i.e. the role of life-conducive managerial processes to organizational success, the measurement of quality of life outcomes with regard to organizational management, the shifts in mindset/practices/institutions required to achieve flourishing.
The IHMA awards honor contributions that are conceptually rigorous, novel, and / or empirically strong. For the scholarly award, the IHMA values novel conceptual contributions that help build organizing and management theory. The award recognizes impactful writings that can influence organizations and management practice.
For the policy award, the IHMA recognizes work that builds on the foundational ideas of dignity protection and well-being promotion. It also brings forth propositions for policy and eco-system design. The IHMA’s PhD-related awards and recognition classify as scholarly contributions.
Process: Nominations including self-nominations can be submitted by May 31, 2018.
To nominate and for more info: https://tinyurl.com/ybks6sbr