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Palgrave Macmillan

Human Centered Management in Executive Education

Global Imperatives, Innovation and New Directions

ISBN 9781137555403
Publication Date January 2016
Formats No other formats available
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
Series Humanism in Business Series

Human Centered Management in Executive Education provides a comprehensive insight on innovation in Executive Education with a unique global scope. The book integrates studies and experiences of 32 distinguished scholars from 15 countries who are working in the development of theories and practices to advance the human centered management paradigm, sustainability-based quality standards and continuous improvement in education. The discussion presents a well-balanced outlook that combines and contrasts research and programs from 16 developed and 16 developing countries, and the visions of 10 female and 22 male authors from North America, South America, Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

Maria-Teresa Lepeley is President of the Global Institute for Quality Education, USA. She is an international lecturer and consultant in participatory leadership and efficiency innovation in her specializations of quality management for sustainability in education and business, human capital for development, and women in entrepreneurship. She has been a member of the Board of Examiners of the Baldridge National Quality Awards of the United States and adviser to National Quality Award Programs in Latin American countries.

Ernst von Kimakowitz is Director of the Humanistic Management Center- think-tank, learning institution and advisory firm on business ethics and corporate responsibility, and Director of Ethics First, an Executive Education Provider. In addition to general questions of business ethics his topical foci are humanistic management, stakeholder engagement, development theory and impact investing.

Roland Bardy is Executive Professor of General Management and Leadership at Florida Gulf Coast University, US. His areas of interest are accounting, supply chain management, leadership, business ethics and sustainable development. He also promotes the philosophy of responsible leadership through the Wittenberg Center for Global Ethics.

Introduction
Maria-Teresa Lepeley, Ernst Von Kimakowitz, Roland Bardy
PART I: WHY HUMAN CENTERED MANAGEMENT IN EXECUTIVE EDUCATION?
Introduction; Maria-Teresa Lepeley
1. Management And Executive Education In Italy: A Multi-Stakeholder Perspective
Manuela Brusoni And Niccolò Cusumano
2. Dual Demand For Executive Education And Training: Individual Needs And Institutional Demand In Chile
Massiel Guerra, Vesna Mandakovic, Olga Pizarro And Maria-Teresa Lepeley
3. Soft Skills: Demand And Challenges In The United States Workplace
Ronald W. Tarr And Joseph Weeks Jr.
4. The Gulf Cooperation Council's Public Sector Executive Education: Relevance, Trends, Challenges, And Opportunities
Mhamed Biygautane
5. A Human-Centered Approach In Executive Education At ESAN Graduate School Of Business In Peru
Lydia Arbaiza
6. Mental Models Matter: Why Executives Need Education In Intercultural Ethics
Claus Dierksmeier, Katharina Hoegl And Michael Wihlenda
PART II: WHAT HUMAN CENTERED MANAGEMENT CONTENT AND CURRICULUM FOR EXECUTIVE EDUCATION?
Introduction; Ernst Von Kimakowitz
7. Driven By Customers Or Driving Customers: What Really Should Matter In Executive Education In Germany
Wolfgang Amann, Shiv Tripathi, Shiban Khan
8. Innovation In Sustainable Development And Management Education In India
Subhasis Ray
9. Training In Public Administration For Globalization And A Knowledge-Based Society With A Humanistic Orientation In Lithuania
Eugenijus Chlivickas And Borisas Melnikas
10. Teaching Human Centered Management To Engineering Students In Chile. A Personal Account
Nicolas Majluf
11. Fostering Management Education For Professional Integrity: Case Study At University Centre For Economic And Managerial Sciences, University Of Guadalajara In Mexico
José Vargas-Hernández And Luis Carlos Rivera Rosas
12. The Ledesma-Kolvenbach Model In Spain. A Humanistic Approach For Business Schools Based On Human Dignity
Ricardo Aguado And Laura Albareda
PART III: HOW TO DELIVER HUMAN CENTERED MANAGEMENT IN EXECUTIVE EDUCATION?
Introduction; Roland Bardy
13. Action Learning: Lecturers, Learners, And Managers At The Center Of Management Education In Brazil
Anielson Barbosa Da Silva
14. A Soft Skill Training Model For Executive Education
Maurizio Massaro, Andrea Garlatti And Roland Bardy
15. Educating Educators: A Case Study For Human Centered Management Education
Mary Lopez Holly
16. Proposal For Online People-Centered Management In Executive Education. A Case Study At ESAN University In Peru
Oswaldo Morales, Julio Puertas And Hugo Vertiz
17. Conjoining Competition And Morality: Six Teaching Blocks For Building Human Centered Organizations
Roland Bardy

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