In May 2002 while teaching at the Gregorian University I invited 5 fellow Catholic ethicists from Roman universities for a dinner together. It was sensational. Each was from a different country, each was already teaching in Rome for more than
In the last 40 years, the Society of Jesus and our institutional world have been witnessing a progressive orientation toward stronger regional and global cooperation. This is not just a consequence of globalization and information technology but mainly an intrinsic evolution of our reflection
Our colleague, Tina Facca, from the Boler School of Business at John Carroll University in Cleveland shared with us some of her insights following the recent IAJBS Conference. What makes the Jesuit business community stand out?
There is something unique
Sometimes justice prevails. And this does not usually happen by chance, but as the result of many efforts that bring thousands of people and organizations together to achieve a common goal.
I am writing on my return from the Dominican Republic,
Networking is a buzzword. Just like innovation, creativity, ‘corporate DNA’, empowerment, and unfortunately leadership. The problem with buzzwords, especially those that rely on badly constructed metaphors as is the case of ‘corporate DNA’, is that everyone literally has an opinion