Humanistic Management has in recent times drawn its fair share of interest and criticism as a philosophical underpinning of organizational practices concerned with areas such as learning, employee relations, development, motivation, culture, community, amongst others. Embedded within the broader frame of the economic intent of organizations, it seeks overall enhanced performance of individuals, organizations, and society with human interest at its core.
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Family Business
- Caste System
- Humanistic Management
- Joint Family
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Arora, B., Kaul, S.C. (2013). Antecedents to Humanistic Management Approach in India: The Role of Family Businesses. In: Khan, S., Amann, W. (eds) World Humanism. Humanism in Business Series. Palgrave Macmillan, London. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137378491_12
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