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Indian Management and Leadership
Indian Management and Leadership

Indian Management and Leadership

by Swami Bodhananda

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Language

English

Publisher

Bluejay Books

ISBN

8188575887 - Year: 2007 - Pages: 226

Binding

Paperback

Swami Bodhananda

Author: Swami Bodhananda
Translator(s)/ Edito: B. P. Mathur
Publisher: Bluejay Books
Year: 2007
Language: English
Pages: 226
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8188575887

Description

Swami Bodhananda interprets the Indian philosophy, religion and culture for modern day managers so that they may attain excellence in whatever work they are engaged.

There is an imperative need for corporate as well as public managers to produce and deliver quality and cost-effective products and services benefiting consumers and the common man. This calls for good management which is only possible if rooted in India’s own value system. The modern-day manager is caught between the materialist values of modern age and the spiritual values of our ancient culture.

On one hand he/she is asked to produce wealth and promote culture of consumerism and on the other side, he/she is told that wealth is evil and he/she should practice “desire-less-ness.” This cleavage confuses him/her and leaves a chasm in the soul.

Swami Bodhananda with his deep knowledge of Indian religion and philosophy as well as modern Western thought, reconciles the two seemingly opposing viewpoints and presents a model of management, which, while rooted in Indian wisdom and tradition, embraces the salient features of modern management theory.

Contents

Preface

Introducing the Book

A word Before You Read


INDIAN ETHOS
Spirituality in the workplace
Personality Re-engineering
Guna Analysis
Work Culture and Team Building
Mindset for Managerial Effectiveness
Ethical values for Public Administrators

LEADERSHIP
Qualities of a Leader
Leadership Lessons from Indian Mythology
Conflict Resolution and Decision Making
Leadership – A Dialogue

COMPETITION AND THE GLOBAL MANAGER
Managerial Effectiveness in a Competitive World
Cross-cultural Values for Global Managers
Indian Management for Global Competitiveness


EPILOGUE
Ten spiritual Principles of Indian Management

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