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Management article
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Reference no. U9810D
Authors: T Brown
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: "Harvard Management Update", 1998

Abstract

In the past, most people in the work world haven''t thought much about ideas such as spirit and soul. But recently there has been a groundswell of interest in such non-material matters. A record number of books on corporate soul have been published in the last few years. A growing number of senior executives in major corporations are speaking out on the need for managers to cultivate "soul thinking" and "leading with soul." Management trend or New Age bunk? HMU consulted leading experts and practitioners to find out what''s behind this new movement.

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Abstract

In the past, most people in the work world haven''t thought much about ideas such as spirit and soul. But recently there has been a groundswell of interest in such non-material matters. A record number of books on corporate soul have been published in the last few years. A growing number of senior executives in major corporations are speaking out on the need for managers to cultivate "soul thinking" and "leading with soul." Management trend or New Age bunk? HMU consulted leading experts and practitioners to find out what''s behind this new movement.

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