About the Humanistic Management Network Austria Chapter
The Humanistic Management Network (HMN) Austria Chapter was announced formally on 5th November during the first Austria Chapter session of the Annual Humanistic Management Conference which took place globally online in 2020. It coincided on one hand with the Covid pandemic, which showed again systemic weaknesses of our dominant economic paradigm.
It became clear one more time, that our creativity, many collective efforts and systemic changes are urgently needed to foster socio-economic resilience. This is why the Austrian Chapter cooperated intensively from the beginning with the international, inter- and transdisciplinary team of researchers around MaRei.ie, the SFI Centre for Energy, Climate and Marine, Environmental Research Institute, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland. Its profound reflections on “Deep Institutional Innovation for Sustainability and Human Development” (DIIS) became the initial impulse also for the Austrian Chapter. Another source of our collaboration are strong contacts to the seat of the United Nations in vienna, to be seen in our strong support for the UN Sustainable Development Goals. We are confident that – guided by the vision and philosophy of the parent HMN Global Network – and with the support of many other ‘humanistic management’ friends, we are becoming a dynamic and solid net for “human centered” management and development; a network, renowned in a wider community for creating active knitting points between inspiring people around a shared moving vision. We invite you to join our energy, it is being often renewed by inspiring individuals!
Austria Chapter Team
We are very happy to introduce the first members of the Humanistic Management Network Austria Chapter team. Below you can find their short bio and how they contribute to the Chapter.
Blandina (Dina) Baranes has been engaged in several international media and academic think tank endeavors.
Ludwig Büll is a management consultant (www.buell.at) in organizational development, accounting, managerial accounting and IT.
Markus Glatz-Schmallegger is consultant, coach and ethics – lecturer at two Austrian universities.
Sabine Gromers primary focus is dignity enforced by ethical leadership, equality and creating felt experiences in interventions.
Sonja Haubitzer, M Ed, registered care person (DGKP / APN), law expert, senior lecturer (care and law) at Carinthia University of Applied Sciences.
Lisa Hopfgartner is a post-doctoral researcher at the Department of Psychology at the University of Innsbruck, Austria.
Melitta Horak BSc, Msc, senior lecturer and researcher Carinthia University of Applied Sciences and registered care person (DGKP / APN).
Patricia Jasek is a senior researcher at “Forschung Burgenland” at the University of Applied Sciences, Burgenland.
Prof.(FH) Ing. Mag.(WU) Peter J. Mayer, MAS MSc MBA is Professor for integrated supply sciences in health and social services
Christian Seubert is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Psychology at the University of Innsbruck, Austria.
Miriam Suchet is consultant and coach for excellence in change with extensive experience in IT consulting and management.
Ernst von Kimakowitz acts as liaison to the global Humanistic Management Network community
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The Humanistic Management Network Austria Chapter is currently expanding its network of partners so watch this space for updates over the coming months.
The Deep Institutional Innovation for Sustainability and Human Development (DIIS) project sees clear evidence that current social institutions are not optimal, either for human flourishing or for addressing global challenges.
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