Business as a Vocation: Catholic Social
Teaching and Business Education
Cardinal Peter K. A. Turkson
Building on Vocation of the Business Leader, the recently released document
from the Pontical Council for Justice and Peace, along with input fro
The Distinctive Vocation of Business
Education in Catholic Universities
Kenneth E. Goodpaster and T. Dean Maines
Catholic business schools need a process to shape their operations intentionally in light of the Catholic moral tradition. Recent dev
In New Wineskins: The Economy of
Communion as a Model for Catholic
Business Schools in AfricaThe Case
of the University Institute of the
Diocese of Buea (UIDB), Cameroon
Fr. Nkeze George Jingwa, Ph.D.
In order to address the many challenges the w
Mission, Vision, Strategy: Discernment
in Catholic Business Education
Wolfgang Grassl, Ph.D.
By virtue of its divine vocation, Catholic business education must be missiondriven. In reality, however, mission drift and failure to maintain distincti
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Management Education in a
Benito Teehankee, DBA
De La Salle University started in the Philippines as a Catholic school of business in 1911 through the initiative of Archbishop Harty of Manila. It
Exploring a Cultural Initiative: The Opus
College of Businesss Mission-Driven
Catholic Business Education Seminar
Robert C. Shoemake, M.Div.
This article examines and evaluates the development, design, and impact of
one strategy for renewing miss
Catholic Social Teaching, the Corporation,
and Management Education1
F. K. Marsh, Ph.D.
Through technological advancements, people and organizations are capable
today of interaction and impact in ways unimaginable a few years ago; such
Catholic Business Schools and the Crisis
of the Academic Industry
Carlos Hoevel, Ph.D.
According to many analysts, after the dot-com, housing and nancial bubbles, the
next bubble to burst may be that of higher education and especially business ed
Business norms reflect the norms of each historical period. As time passes norms evolve, causing
accepted behaviors to become objectionable. Business ethics and the resulting behavior evolved
as well. Business was involved in sla