PARDO Phillip Dean
   Department   Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University  College of International Management
   Position   Professor
Language English
Publication Date 2016/11
Type Book(Whole book)
Title Mastery-Altruism-Passion Model: Return to Knightly Virtues in Business
Contribution Type First author
Journal TypeAnother Country
Publisher Scholars' Press, OmniScriptum GmbH & Co. KG Bahnhofstraße 28, 66111 Saarbrücken Germany
Volume, Issue, Page pp.ALL
Total page number 106
Responsible for All aspects of research and writing
Author and coauthor Phillip D. Pardo*, Felix Hartanto, Monica E. Saputra and Nadira Pardo (Editor)
Details MAP, a theory of the virtues of man, is derived from the ongoing research of Phillip D. Pardo on knightly virtues and how they apply to modern Management. Taking samples of early influential concepts of Chivalric Codes of European medieval knights, Bushido of Japanese samurai and Ksatria's virtues of Indonesian warriors, this research finds that although they were established in different eras and places, several equivalent virtues, if not the same, exist as commonalities among them: Mastery, Altruism and Passion (MAP). This book will re-examine the history of the many traditions of knighthood, and through reflection upon those virtues, present a new model (MAP - Mastery, Altruism and Passion) for application of these virtues to the practice of business in the modern age.
ISBN 9783659843662