The transcendent character of the company
International Journal of Human Resources Development and Management, 2003, vol. 3, issue 1, 17-28
This paper discusses an alternative HRM-model based on a transcendent perspective of human consciousness. Drawing from the rich descriptions in the European and Indian philosophical traditions, the problems of identification of the self with the outer objects/definitions are highlighted. It is argued that the real and true self is found in the transcendent self, free of empirical content. The qualities of the transcendent self are the transcendent character of the individual. It is also argued that the transcendent character can be seen on macro-levels, e.g. in an organisation. The transcendent consciousness is claimed to be inter-individual and the degree to which the transcendent is enlivened sets the frame for the organisation and its behaviour. Empirical studies have indicated the individual as well as organisational transcendent character.
Keywords: organisational character; transcendent; consciousness; group consciousness; HRM; idealism; Veda; identity; unlearning; meditation. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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