Business schools have established themselves as an element of the world of education and business, declining in their educational offerings and re-sponding to the educational needs of today's socie-ty. In this article, we propose an analysis of the purpose of business schools, which goes beyond the vision of an economic and technical function and shifts towards an educational need geared to-wards shaping the role in the socialisation of man-agers and their ideological functions. The focus is on the establishment of business schools in socie-ty, which is accompanied by particular subjects, curricula or teaching methods. The theoretical par-adigm of Martha Naussbaum, formalised in a workshop in the curriculum of the business school in question, is used in the discussion. The discus-sion focuses on Humanist Management from a more strictly pedagogical perspective
Caggiano, V. (2023). Humanistic Management for Business School Training. NUOVA SECONDARIA, 7 marzo 2023, 97-103.