Introduces humanistic management as an alternative to dominant management approaches. Proposes organizational approaches that reflect human values and rationality, rather than those that transform people into instruments of profit maximization (e.g., as “factors of production,” “revenue sources,” “suppliers”). Explores the three pillars of humanistic management: 1. Unconditional respect for human dignity 2. Integration of ethical concerns into managerial decisions; and 3. Incorporating stakeholder dialogue into ethical reflections. Incorporates critical examination of business and economic ethics and community and stakeholder relations.