Many managers argue in principle that they want to give employees more room for development and creativity, but given the pressing challenges arising from the instability of the national and global financial markets, they need to focus on efficiency and cost reductions instead. But humanistic principles and superior business really contradict each other? This article looks at some of humanistic management principles of successful organizations. It provides guidelines for the management of … Read more »

Many managers argue in principle that they want to give employees more room for development and creativity, but given the pressing challenges arising from the instability of the national and global financial markets, they need to focus on efficiency and cost reductions instead. But humanistic principles and superior business really contradict each other? This article looks at some of humanistic management principles of successful organizations. It offers guidelines for managers how can an organization toward humanistic leadership, structure and renew skills, but also gain employees whose support is crucial for success. The author suggests that the factors that are extremely important for the effective management of organizational change initiatives. Finally, it summarizes existing research indicating that humanistic or ethically-oriented leadership – often as transformational leadership – can be linked to positive economic development />

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