Managing As If Faith Mattered: Christian Social Principles In The Modern Organization by Helen AlfordManaging As If Faith Mattered: Christian Social Principles In The Modern Organization by Helen Alford

Managing As If Faith Mattered: Christian Social Principles In The Modern Organization

byHelen Alford

Paperback | July 3, 2001

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Managing As If Faith Mattered challenges the often-held double standard of private and public moralities. Authors Helen Alford and Michael Naughton bridge the fault line between work and faith by engaging current management issues with Christian ethics. Recovering a rich social tradition found within Christianity, the authors connect ideas such as the common good, virtue, and social principles, with concrete management issues such as job design, just wages, corporate ownership, marketing communication, and product development. In their hands, economic and social challenges become opportunities for managers to integrate their beliefs with their working environment and make decisions based on the tenets of Catholic social tradition.
Helen J. Alford, O.P., is dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and co-director of the Ethical Leadership International Program at the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas, Rome, Italy. Michael J. Naughton holds the Alan W. Moss Endowed Chair in Catholic Social Thought and is director of the John A. Ryan Institute for Catholi...
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Title:Managing As If Faith Mattered: Christian Social Principles In The Modern OrganizationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:360 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.9 inPublished:July 3, 2001Publisher:University of Notre Dame PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0268034621

ISBN - 13:9780268034627

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Managing as If Faith Mattered is a godsend. Intelligent and sensible, it never fails to recognize the realistic tensions of business life. This book is a must for all observers and students of modern business practice, but its usefulness goes further than that: it deserves to be read in every corporate strategic planning office in every company. It is an oasis in the spiritual desert of business.” —The Tablet