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ISO 26000 on social responsibility for harmony
Matjaž Mulej, Anita Hrast, 2012, samostojni strokovni sestavek ali poglavje v monografski publikaciji

Objavljeno: 02.06.2012; Ogledov: 1299; Prenosov: 25
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ISO 26000 on social responsibility supports solving the global socio-economic crisis
Matjaž Mulej, Zdenka Ženko, Vojko Potočan, Anita Hrast, 2012, objavljeni povzetek znanstvenega prispevka na konferenci

Objavljeno: 02.06.2012; Ogledov: 810; Prenosov: 24
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Družbena odgovornost kot pogoj za smiselno podjetništvo in gospodarsko rast (1)
Matjaž Mulej, Anita Hrast, 2012, objavljeni znanstveni prispevek na konferenci

Opis: European Union published in October 2011 a new program and new definition of social responsibility (SR) of enterprises: 'responsibility of organizations for their impacts on society'. The program essence is expressed with the sentence: by SR enterprises benefit them-selves and society. This is linked with the more globally accepted international definition in ISO 26000 that all seven central topics of SR are linked by the concepts of interdependence and holistic approach. Thus, both EU and ISO as international associations are searching for a way out from the neo-liberal practice of the economic growth at any price. The neo-liberal practice generated growth of the amount of business without growth of satisfaction of European and American population, while critically exploiting stocks of natural resources and destroying the natural environment as preconditions of human current existence; it puts practically all countries in the world in terrible debts etc. Briefly, the neo-liberal practice of economic development destroyed more than created. Such economic growth makes no sense neither makes sense the related entrepreneurship that is reduced to creation of new needs, including, or especially, fictitious needs, making the impression that it is growth of trade that makes sense rather than the growth of satisfaction of population. Sense-making investment, production, trade, and consumption (rather than self-perpetuating ones that fail to have available resources in nature as well as people's demand, hence fail to make sense) are easier to attain with more honest cooperation, listening to, hearing, and completing up of, each other that is backed better by inter-dependence (i.e. mutual need and respect for each due to mutual differences completing each other up ) other than by independence and dependence because interdependence leads to more holism. The published new sources enable creation of a new model for sense-making entrepreneurship and economic growth. The model is based on innovation of management and governance leading toward interdependence and holism that can be supported by ISO 26000 and several further references.
Objavljeno: 02.06.2012; Ogledov: 1156; Prenosov: 52
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Solving the economic crisis with (requisitely) holistic approach and (ethics of) interdependence
Zdenka Ženko, Matjaž Mulej, Nastja Mulej, Anita Hrast, 2013, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: The usual enterprises tend to be governed by specialists of single professions, whose education for interdisciplinary creative cooperation is very rare, rather than by persons with knowledge of systems theory. Ludwig von Bertalanffy (1978, p. VII) explicitly stated that he had created his General Systems Theory against over-specialization, i.e. to support interdisciplinary creative cooperation as the best way toward the necessary holism of approach and wholeness of outcomes of human activity. But he did not support his intention methodologically a lot. Mulej did it with his Dialectical Systems Theory (DST)2. Narrow specialization is still necessary, but equally so is the other specialistsʼ capacity: cooperation helps humans prevent oversights and resulting failures, because it enables more holistic thinking/behavior. The role of the narrow specializations is so strong that people hardly see that holistic thinking/behavior - enabled by interdisciplinary creative cooperation, backed by (ethics of) interdependence - makes specialization of any profession much more beneficial than any operation inside a specialization alone. Nobody, whatever their profession, can live well without co-operation with people of other professions. De Bonoʼs '6 Thinking Hats' support it, so does DST from the same period of time. Both of them have been fruitfully applied all four decades since. A new support was recently offered: social responsibility (SR) with its all-linking concepts of (1) interdependence and (2) holistic approach is close to DST and (liberal rather than neo-liberal) economics, as authors understand the essence of the recently published ISO 26000 on social responsibility and European Unionʼs (2011) support to it. Here, the authors aim to address use of DST (via SR) in solving the current crisis; owner, managers and staff are supposed to be interested in social responsibility as a source of their benefit, but need knowledge and values to work on implementation of SR, perhaps with a specialized professional team support. Government and other influential entities should support them with the model suggested here. The suggested findings should help humans find their way out from the current crisis, but in synergy; this crisis results from obsolete management and governance style, in which the (dialectical) systemic behavior/thinking is neglected.
Ključne besede: krize, dialektična teorija sistemov, etika, standardi, ISO, management, družbena odgovornost, holistični pristop
Objavljeno: 10.07.2015; Ogledov: 539; Prenosov: 13
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