In partnership with the over 200 Jesuit colleges and universities globally, the Global Jesuit Case Series aims to produce and disseminate a series of business and social policy cases that embody the values of social justice, human dignity, moral leadership, and sustainability while concurrently fostering organizational innovation and profitability. The hope is that the GJCS will act as an invaluable resource for faculty, students, and alumni.
The GJCS seeks to:
1) Create Leaders
By enabling individuals around the globe to access the cases rooted in the Jesuit tradition and core values the GJCS is collaborating with.
2) Collaborate with Authors
Through the GJCS networking system, authors can choose from several options as they are writing their case studies. The GJCS is geared towards connecting and preserving the Jesuit community and knowledge; it has developed several options to create a written case study:
Our authors are creating the future one case study at a time.
3) Connect Creators: Globalization of the Jesuit Network
Uniting the intellectual power of the Jesuit network, the GJCS has partnered with the Jesuit network:
With these statistics in mind, the GJCS is an invaluable resource for inspiring further collaboration, formation, and cultivation.
4) Collect Case Studies
Characteristics of a Case in This Collection:
Global Jesuit Cases spotlight decisions on different levels:
Original article found at UNIJES website.