Indian Ethos

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India is a land of diverse cultures and practices. The land follows various ethical practices.

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Indian Ethos

  1. 1. INDIAN ETHOS<br />
  2. 2. WHAT CONSTITUTES INDIAN ETHOS IN MANAGMENT?<br />
  3. 3. The silent ideas and thoughts of indian ethos in mgt reveled by our ancient scriptures are:<br />Atmanomoksharthamjagathitaya<br />Anchetdanamanabhyam<br />Atmanavindyatevityam<br />Yogahkarmashukaushalam<br />Yadishibhavanayasyasiddhi<br />Parasparambhavayaniah<br />
  4. 4. BASIC PRINCIPLES OF INDIAN ETHOS IN MANAGEMENT<br />Immense potential<br />Intangible subject and gross tangible<br />Karma yoga<br />Yagahkarmasukaushalam<br />Co operation<br />
  5. 5. APPLICABILITY OF PRINCIPLESOF IEM<br /><ul><li>IEM can help develop an effective management pattern.
  6. 6. IEM helps in synchronizing private and public benefit.</li></li></ul><li>INDIAN ETHOS DEMANDS MGT SYSTEM WHICH LEADS TO AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE FOLLOWING:<br />Management attitude<br />Humanizing the organisation<br />Interiorising management<br />Self introspection<br /> (self study, self analysis and self criticism)<br />
  7. 7. 5. Brain stilling [ a perfect MOUNUM (calm mind enjoying tranquility) is necessary.<br />6. Stepping back (for a while)<br />7. Self dynamising meditation<br />
  8. 8. VALUES<br />MEANING<br />Beliefs about what is right and wrong and what is important in life. <br />HUMAN VALUES<br />Truthfulness<br />Integrity<br />Gratitude<br />
  9. 9. Humbleness<br />Forgiveness<br />Patience<br />Transparence<br />Charitableness<br />Simplicity etc. <br />
  10. 10. Definition<br />According to the ancient India’s psychophilosophical wisdom literature, “Values are states of feelings/emotions that underpin the content of a choice/decision and determine the manner of using the intellect/reason for justifying and implementing that choice or decision.”<br />Values also termed as “GUNAS”.<br />
  11. 11. QUALITY OF WORK LIFE<br />WORK<br />WHAT? <br />To nurture each other<br />YAGNA-sacrifice<br />Worship of the Divine.<br /> WHY?<br />To purify the mind and the heart-CHITTASHUDDI<br />To become wise<br />To provide public benefit.<br />
  12. 12. HOW TO WORK?<br />With the spirit of renunciation-TYAG<br />To serve others without self interest. <br /> SPIRIT OF WORK?<br />Excellence and perfection in work.<br />
  13. 13. Golden rule of Ethics<br />Forms the basis of human values<br />Everything you want others to do to you, you shall do to others.<br />Do not do to others that which you do not wish them to do to you.<br />Do not do anything to others that if done to you, would cause harm to you.<br />
  14. 14. RELATIONSHIP IN WORKPLACE<br />SUPERIOR<br />CO-WORKER<br />SUBORDINATE<br />TRAINEE<br />
  15. 15. AS A SUPERIOR<br />Follow Equality<br />Respecting human rights<br />Setting and maintaining proper code of conduct<br />Working ethically<br />Encourage group contribution in decision making, planning procedures<br />Creating atmosphere of trust<br />Proper communication with subordinates<br />
  16. 16. AS A CO-WORKER<br />Respecting each other<br />Proper communication with co workers<br />Following the organization’s rules and regulations<br />Supporting and helping each others<br />Having clear understanding of each other’s responsibility in organizations<br />Participate in group activities.<br />
  17. 17. AS A SUBORDINATE<br />Clear understanding of instructions<br />Communicating properly with the superiors<br />Following proper code of conduct<br />Being faithful in duty and responsibility<br />Participating in decision making (group) process<br />
  18. 18. AS A TRAINEE<br />Proper understanding of your goals<br />Proper learning<br />Attaining adequate knowledge about the organization<br />Being honest<br />Communicating with the members of the organization<br />
  19. 19. ETHICAL BEHAVIOR<br />“Ethical behavior is that which is morally accepted as GOOD and RIGHT as opposed to bad or wrong in a particular setting.”<br />
  20. 20. EFFECTS OF ETHICAL BEHAVIOR<br />Individual, work teams and organization<br />Establish good image of organization<br />Draw good response from customer<br />Satisfaction to customer<br />
  21. 21. LIFE POSITIONS<br />Life positions and society<br />Life positions and organization<br />
  22. 22. ROLE OF GOVERNMENT<br />Protecting environment<br />Labor law<br />Welfare of employees<br />Maintaining relationship between industries<br />Maintaining relationship between industries and society<br />Welfare of the whole nation<br />
  23. 23. GROUP MEMBERS<br />Ms. BagamBomjen (MBA/09/12)<br />Ms. NgamdonWangjen (MBA/09/19)<br />Ms. JiniNatung (MBA/09/09)<br />Mr. D. J. Gurung (MBA /09/06)<br />Mr. HageObing (MBA/09/35)<br />Mr. PabitraNeog (MBA/09/34)<br />Mr. Deelip Chandra Biswas (MBA/09/15)<br />

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