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Management an Indian perspective

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  • 1. WE DON’T MANAGE,WE ROCK -FROM INDIANSCRIPTURES, A MANAGEMENTPERSPECTIVE By Group:6 DMS Pondicherry University
  • 2. To Rock It outside one needs absolutepeace inside- Holy Gita BRAIN Stilling Vs Storming Stilling i. retire from life-problems ii. sit in silence* iii. invoke peace iv. concentrate on the problem v. meditate over the situation vi. The inner guides to reach the solution *Silence is not absence of speech, but a perfect calm in body, mind and heart
  • 3. When you are Rocked inside, yourdecisions are mere distortions -Holy Gita  Storming: i. efforts are made to find a solution ii. for a specific problem iii. by gathering a list of ideas iv. spontaneously contributed Stilling VS Storming “Find your solutions wisely the stilling way or hastily the storming way…!!”
  • 4. TQM1 - Rock it the sustainable way, atthe cause TQM1-Total Quality Mind Quality is always a subjective realm Total Quality Mind is a Mind that I. purses purification of heart II. Inner poised at all times III. Stilling thoughts & Regulated breathing IV. Rejoices from sharing and co-operation V. Fosters the natural inner affluence VI. Practices duty as a homage VII. Culminating daily on uncertainties and death as a noble finale
  • 5. TQM2 - Or be rocked by working on the effect TQM2- Total Quality Management TQM2 requires the involvement of management, workforce, suppliers, and customers, in order to meet or exceed customer expectations, By working more at operational or effect level TQM1 Vs TQM2“Get the total quality by managing your mind, or you can keep on trying by minding the management”
  • 6. Need the drive to ROCK- go the“Pancha Koshas” way till Self-Realisation
  • 7. Why stop Rocking at half way- just with finite potential Pancha Koshas VS Maslow’s – a perceptional outlook Aham Bhrahmasmi* Vs Mere beings of “wanting”* I have immense potential. I can make impossible
  • 8. Hanuman the mighty shape-shifter, whogave a different shape to communication  Lord Rama’s description of Hanuman’s communication 1. He truly knows how to speak 2. He has studied the entire grammar 3. Nothing has been wrongly worded 4. No fault of expression was noticed anywhere in his face, eyebrows or limbs 5. Speech emanating from bosom, articulated by his throat is not too elaborate, not too brief and not too slow
  • 9. Hanuman just didn’t Rock combat fieldalone – he did rock in communication aswell 6. He utters wholesome, distinct and remarkable speech with which he his fluent 7. His delivery touches hearts 8. Even an enemy can be pacified with such speech 9. A messenger with this kind of excellence, can achieve any goal for his master THE VERDICT: He was not just good in Business communication, he also made sure that when
  • 10. A lot more to keep Rocking - to name a few Six basic principles Indian Ethos of Management (IEM) Yagna - The team work Karma Yoga - Inspired Action Swadharama - Right Aptitude Pancha Rin (5R) – Holistic living Vidura Niti Panchatantra Dasbodh Arthashastra………..
  • 11. SIMPLY ROCK IT THE INDIANWAYORJUST MANAGE IT THE COPIEDWAY NAMASTE BY GROUP:6, DMS, PONDICHERRY UNIVERSITY

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