The business case for happiness in the workplace

The Globe and Mail:

Forget spreadsheets, swot analysis and risk management; the latest topic on the business school agenda is happiness.

Those academics who research the topic prefer to classify it a bit differently, however.

“Meaning” is the term used by Lee Newman, dean of innovation and behaviour at IE Business School in Spain. At the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, Jane Dutton, professor of business administration and psychology, says it is about “human flourishing.” Christie Scollon at Singapore Management University describes it as “subjective well-being.”

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