Indian ethos for management means the application of principles of management as revealed in our ancient wisdom brought forth in our sacredbooks like our Gita, Upanishads, Bible and Kuran.
There are 6 basic principles, . They are :
• Each soul is a potential God
• Holistic approach
• Equal importance to Subjectivity/Objectivity
• Karma yoga
• Yogah Karmasu Kaushalam
• Co – operation
Each Soul is a potential God
A human being has a soul, a spark of the Divine. The divine resides in theheart of a person. The Divine means perfection in knowledge, wisdom andpower. Therefore a human being has immense potential power or energy for self – development. Thus human efforts can achieve even an apparently impossible goal and convert the impossible into a reality. The partnership of God and Man can bring about extraordinary or miraculous results; only if man chooseswillingly to collaborate with God and actively participates in the affairs of the society by right action under his guidance and grace. He can bring about no tonly personal development, harmony, happiness but also prosperity of his own organization and the society without injustice to others. Of course here, also, God helps those who help themselves.
Holistic approach in Management
is based on spiritual principle of unity,oneness, non-dual or Advaita concept. Under this principle of unity, the universe in an undivided whole
where each and every particle is connected with every other particle. Thus, entire Humanity is ONE. Such an integrated human personality of self-developed manager andworker can assure best and competent management of any enterprise,involving collective works and efforts. It will achieve perfection or excellence whatever sector you work. This is the ideal of Indian ethos :
‘AtmanoMokshartham Jagat Hitya Cha.’
(For gaining perfection in individual life, as well as for the welfare of the world.).... [continues]
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