Responsible innovation has emerged as a crucial instrument for carrying out the policy, leadership, and governance reform agenda, which aims to develop new ideas and implement them in order to address global challenges. It is crucial to analyze innovation’s negative expectations and ramifications and the historical context and relevance of the technology introduced. However, there is a dark side to innovation that academics and policymakers must be aware of and confront. Plutarch elaborates that one must start at the most fundamental level and work up to a strong and solid character to master anger, interest, conversation, or desire for wealth. Getting back into the world and actively participating in daily life is the real challenge; cultivating one’s spirituality is not the end game. Components of the spiritual environment reflect the three key features of spirituality in responsible innovators: a feeling of spirituality, a sense of purpose in work, and a desire for social involvement or engagement. While a certain kind of analysis may show people how to do things, act differently, make progress, and develop, it does not involve the sort of generosity with which they are unaccustomed.
PAVIE, X. (2023). How to Prevent the Side Effects of Innovation: The Necessity of the Spiritual Exercises. International Journal of Management Science and Business Administration, Volume 9(Issue 2), pp. Pages 17-29.