Monthly Archives: December 2010

Spirituality and de-morality in the workplace

Two contrasting papers from the Journal of Business Ethics provided something interesting for the weekend.  I found the first Spirituality and Performance in Organizations:  A Literature Review more than a little irritating, not least because there are some researchers who … Continue reading

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An update and thoughts on control

Christmas is nearly here and I have had a busy couple of weeks.  The Dean signed the Business School up for the UK PRiME (Principles of Responsible Management Education) network last week which completed a short project I have been … Continue reading

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Sustainability accounting – fad or fashion

I have read two very managerialist papers this week, both from the Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal.  The first Sustainability accounting and reporting:  fad or fashion looks at developments in Sustainability Accounting, initially differentiating between critical and managerial approaches but … Continue reading

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Life, energy and well-being

One way or another last week was not an uplifting week.  However a visit to the Lune estuary on a very cold (-8 degrees C) Sunday morning started to lift the spirits and the job was completed by reading Mindfully … Continue reading

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