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Challenging the double standard of private and public moralities, the authors bridge the fault line between work and faith by engaging current management issues with that tradition. Economic and social challenges are opportunities to integrate beliefs and make decisions based on the tenets of Catholic social tradition.
Clive and Cara Beed demonstrate how the Christian thought system could be applied to issues like distribution of wealth and the growing unemployment problem. The Christian thought system is an alternative way of describing, explaining, and formulating policies for socio-economic matters from that of secular social science.
The Perfect Leader takes you on a journey through Scripture, presenting management style based on characters, actions, and attributes of God. Boa discusses the attributes of God as a Perfect Leader then visits the skills seen in a perfect leader.
Claar and Klay engage mainstream economic theory and policy recommendations to provide guidance for faithfully and responsibly important economic issues. Affirming just and prosperous society depends on continued success on maintaining balance of power among three principal spheres--democratic governments, market-organized economies, and strong moral and cultural institutions. Demonstrate how Christian principles and values guide and undergird a flourishing and just economy.
Dedicated to reconnecting disciplines that study different dimensions of the human condition. This unique work has historical time-span reaching from Aristotle to the modern day, appealing to the history of ideas and economic thought and links theological and economic thought.
This book argues the biblically-rooted account of justice in economic life has three great strengths and indicates how a biblical understanding production and exchange applies to contemporary topics like relationships between borrowers and lenders.
Hill explores the foundational Christian concepts of holiness, justice and love. He argues these are the keys to Christian business ethics. Hill turns to case studies on such pressing topic like employer-employee relations.
Christian Reflections on The Leadership Challenge describes Kouzwes' and Maxwell's Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership and offers practical guidance and inspiring examples about how Christian leaders can have a powerful impact in their workplaces, communities, and congregations by bringing their faith into their leadership.
Calculated Futures examines ethical and theological underpinnings of the free-market economy, investigating the morality of corporations and exchange rates, and how the politics of economics shape people as moral agents. Engages economics as a social scientific discipline without subordinating theology to it.
Accentuates positive practices that business firms can employ to bring about more ethical marketing. Provides a thorough examination of marketing ethics and marketing research, product counterfeiting, channels of distribution, selling practices and how to implement ethics into marketing organizations.
God & Money confronts the current dominant right wing Christian view that unfettered, market-driven capitalism and Christian faith and values are compatible. McDaniel shows that to reverse this capitalism must be balanced by enduring religious and moral values.
Pava shows how religion can talk to real world problems by exploring traditional literature that deal with the biblical covenant and Jewish leadership. Using this in the business world is the key to building leadership based on mutual trust and respect.
Stapleford interacts with seven introductory economics texts, exploring moral challenges imbedded in various macro-, micro- and international economic theories and outlining a faithful response to them.
Stevens' Doing God's Business tells how readers can find lasting and satisfying meaning for marketplace involvement in light of the Christian faith and tradition. Stevens explores the potential of business as a location for practicing everyday spiritual disciplines and a source of creativity and deeper relationship with God.
Authors stress connections between Christian principles and good management providing biblical passages that support their principles and relate them to practical issues faced by Christian managers. Business Through the Eyes of Faith shows that business can and should be a reflection of God's kingdom.
The Power of Servant Leadership is a collection of eight of compelling essays on servant-leadership. Contain many of Greenleaf's best insights into the nature and practice of servant-leadership an his continual refinement of the servant-as-leader concept.
Bridges the gap between theology and political economy, proposing a theologically informed view of modern economic life. Stackhouse traces the emergence of modern Protestant and Catholic views of economic order from anti-slavery movements to contemporary Ecumenical themes.