Workplace spirituality and social enterprise

A review and research agenda

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https://doi.org/10.14267/VEZTUD.2021.05.01

Kulcsszavak:

workplace spirituality, social enterprise, prosocial motives, value creation, well-being

Absztrakt

A munkahelyi spiritualitás az elhivatott munkával foglalkozó társadalmi mozgalom, amely egyéni és társadalmi kérdéseket is felvet. A társadalmi vállalkozások olyan alternatív szervezeti formák, amelyek a társadalmi, gazdasági és környezeti célok egyidejű megvalósításával igyekeznek értéket teremteni. Mind a munkahelyi spiritualitással, mind a társadalmi vállalkozásokkal foglalkozó szakirodalmi diskurzusra jellemző az értékteremtő elköteleződés, amelyet szolgálatként és a közjóhoz való hozzájárulásként értelmeznek. Azonban csak néhány tanulmány foglalkozott a munkahelyi spiritualitás társadalmi vállalkozásokban betöltött szerepével. A munkahelyi spiritualitás és a társadalmi vállalkozások irodalma alapján ez a cikk amellett érvel, hogy e jelenségek közös nevezőjét a proszociális indíttatás jelenti, vagyis a jót tét (értékteremtés) és a jól lét (gyarapodás). A munkahelyi spiritualitás segítheti a társadalmi vállalkozások integritásának megőrzését, míg a társadalmi vállalkozások kontextusa támogathatja a pozitív eredményeket teremtő munkahelyi spiritualitás kibontakoztatását. E lehetőség feltárása érdekében további kutatások elvégzése szükséges, amelyek irányára jelen tanulmány is javaslatot tesz.

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Natasha Gjorevska, Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem

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Gjorevska, N. (2021). Workplace spirituality and social enterprise: A review and research agenda. Vezetéstudomány / Budapest Management Review, 52(5), 2–13. https://doi.org/10.14267/VEZTUD.2021.05.01

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