Management education emphasizes the rational-empirical approach to learning. Another way of knowing - mindfulness - has been recognized for centuries in many cultures and disciplines as essential to the pursuit of knowledge, wisdom, and creativity. However, mindfulness training is still largely absent from the MBA curriculum. In the following article I will offer a brief orientaion to mindfulness, evidence of its value for contemporary management education, and a range of exercises that can be applied in the classroom.
|Keywords:||Management Education, Mindfulness, meditation|
Professor, School of Management, Suffolk University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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