cbsCSR ”Brown bag” research seminar: Eric Faÿ - Open Deliberation: On the Way to Sustainable Management

Presenter: Eric Faÿ Professor at EMLYON Business School, fay@em-lyon.com “Open Deliberation: On the Way to Sustainable Management” Paper presented at the IFSAM conference, “Justice and Sustainability in the Global Economy”, July 2010 Discussant: Bent Meier Sørensen Professor at the Dep. of Management, Politics and Philosophy

 
Torsdag, 24 februar, 2011 - 15:00 to 16:30

Invitation to join our Research Seminar Series

Presenter: Eric Faÿ

Professor at EMLYON Business School, fay@em-lyon.com

“Open Deliberation: On the Way to Sustainable Management”

Paper presented at the IFSAM conference,

“Justice and Sustainability in the Global Economy”, July 2010

Discussant: Bent Meier Sørensen

Professor at the Dep. of Management, Politics and Philosophy

Excerpts from the introduction to the paper:

Certain management methods have recently come under attack for being barbaric, involving ill-treatment and harassment, which undermine employees and affect their physical, mental and psychic health. Such observations have become a more general topical issue, even a political concern […] The question of the impact of management methods on employees is the manager’s responsibility to his/her team members. It is for this very reason that we believe that any rethinking of management methods should include an ethical dimension: for the purpose of ethics is to act for the greater good […] By proposing sustainable management through open deliberation we will be offering both a new basis for management rooted in ethical behavior […] a management method that does not drain ‘human resources’ and which is therefore sustainable.

Arranged by CBS Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility.

Registration is not necessary.

Full paper is available from Gurli Jakobsen, gj.ikl@cbs.dk

This event is part of a series of cbsCSR ”Brown Bag” research seminars that take place monthly, where new research will be presented during an informal lunch hour (bringing your lunch).

Sidst opdateret: Communications // 12/10/2012