Well Being is a key pillar of humanistic management starting from a historical perspective and its Aristotelian roots, to its utilitarian reinterpretation.
This reinterpretation of well-being as utility became the foundation of modern economic thought at the end of the 19th century and, in turn, the basis for a large part of management theory. Humanistic management suggests a return to the foundational concept of well-being as flourishing (Eudaimonia).
The creation of shared well-being, not wealth, is the ultimate goal of organizing practices in the humanistic perspective, and argues that this better serves individuals, companies and society.
The following are some recent articles and papers.
Dignity and Well Being as cornerstones of Humanistic Management
What is Business Organizing for? – The Role of Business in Society Over Time