Social Management in Organizations and its Contribution to Human Collectives

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The research behind this book focuses on case studies aiming at characterizing social management processes in Colombian organizations, identifying categories on which transformations have been made, proposing broad lines for their strengthening in relation to responsibility to the human being and his environment, and identifying development and management trends as new benchmarks in the field of business administration.

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Resignifying economic and administrative praxis: new conceptual elements for an alternative discourse

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What neurological principles could help to better explain economic decisions made by individuals on a daily basis? What general aspects underlie the managerial discourse of profit-making productive organizations? How much does the so-called net worth equation really reflect equality and order? All of these are questions addressed by the GEMA research group…

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