16th to 28th of September 2013, St. Anselmo, Rome

Sr. Ulrike Soegtrop OSB

unpublished

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The crux of monastic life is the search for God…. Prayer opens men and women to God’s will with all the strengths and gifts bestowed on them. This means that, ideally, monks and nuns do noct focus on their own needs, wishes and/or intentions, but subordinate themselves to God’s will. According to Scripture, God’s will comprises well-being and a good life for all! Follwing this principle, Benedictine monks and nuns consider the common good; they endeavor to be free of individual interests and group selfishness and to avoid the pursuit of personal advantage. In ideal circumstances, monasteries are not self-centered organizations……

Günter Müller-Stewens/Markus Muff/ Thomas S. Eberle

this article was first published in german: zfo Zeitschrift Führung + Organisation 83(3), S. 184-189

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Lessons from an explorative case study of a multibusiness firm

Eva Bilhuber Galli, Günter Müller-Stewens, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

in: The Leadership Quarterly 2011

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