Chapter 6

Implementing human centered management

The ethical, social, economic and institutional perspectives presented in Chapters 25 are the essential dimensions of both a conceptual framework for business ethics and the practice of human centered management. And so is the holistic interrelatedness of the perspectives. These perspectives and their interrelationship are a concept that is likely to appeal to practitioners. But the real test is the implementation of a concept. Even if a concept is understood and accepted, there are often difficulties in implementing it properly, in a sustained manner and for a wide scope of activities and geographical distribution. The effort to implement the concept of human centered management may get caught ...

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