The Humanistic Management Journal spans disparate fields including business ethics, environmental sustainability, social responsibility and management studies, in a humanistic research paradigm. It is a venue for thought leaders from academia, practice and public policy:
• embracing an Aristotelian conception of organizing/management aiming at “eudaimonia” also reflected in Amartya Sen and Martha Nussbaum’s work.
• following the trend in humanistic management toward social entrepreneurship and cooperative capitalism
• viewing the planetary boundaries as driver of innovation for authentic and sustainable human flourishing
• considering the possibility of a Global ethos based on universal values (e.g. Hans Kuengs Global Ethic)
• working in the areas of management including but not limited to governance, strategy, flourishing, happiness, social innovation, empowerment, common good creation etc.