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Business ethics & management by indian values

  1. 1. Business Ethics & Management by Indian Values By Jitendra Rajaram Verma
  2. 2. Nature & Purpose of Business Ethics Reflection• Introduction
  3. 3. Nature & Purpose of Business Ethics Reflection• Definition
  4. 4. Moral Behavior• Standard
  5. 5. Moral Behavior• Characteristics
  6. 6. Business Ethics• Moral Demands & Interests
  7. 7. Business Ethics• Relatives autonomy of Business Morality
  8. 8. Business Ethics• Studies in business ethics
  9. 9. Business Ethics• Role of ethics in business
  10. 10. Business Ethics• Theory of voluntary Mediation
  11. 11. Business Ethics• Participatory Ethics
  12. 12. Moral Responsibility• Introduction
  13. 13. Moral Responsibility• Balanced concept of Freedom
  14. 14. Moral Responsibility• Individual Responsibility
  15. 15. Moral Responsibility• Implications related to the modern Issues
  16. 16. Moral Responsibility• Public Accountability
  17. 17. Moral Responsibility• Entrepreneurial Responsibility
  18. 18. Moral Responsibility• Implications related to the modern Issues
  19. 19. Moral Responsibility• Corporate Responsibility
  20. 20. Individual Interests• Interests based outlook
  21. 21. Individual Interests• Impact of interest on Moral Goals & Moral Principals
  22. 22. Individual Interests• Utilitarian views on business ethics
  23. 23. Individual Interests• Enlightened Egoism
  24. 24. Duty Ethics In Business
  25. 25. Theories of Virtue• Productive Practices and Team Motivation
  26. 26. Theories of Virtue• Prospects of virtues in Business Ethics & Management Theory
  27. 27. Management by Indian Values By Jitendra Rajaram Verma
  28. 28. Culture
  29. 29. Ethos
  30. 30. Role and Significance of Cultural Bound Management
  31. 31. Study of Religion by Jitendra Rajaram VermaSources of Indian Values
  32. 32. Why Humanity Endured? Fear? Need of Co-habitant? Or Love?Humanity and religionNeed of togethernessEstablishment of leadership?Clusterism? Population In BillionsHow does it come to existence? Total 7Why it gained friction?Differences in Ethical and Moral values of Religions Christian 2.1 Islam 1.3 Chiristian Secular 1.1 Islam Hindu 0.9 Seculer Hindu Chinese Folk 0.4 Chinese Folk Buddhist 0.37 Buddhist Sikhism 0.23 Sikhism Jewish 0.14 Jewish Bahai 0.07 Bahai Jainism Jainism 0.042
  33. 33. HindusA group of religion co-exist in India
  34. 34. ScripturesSmrities Shruties• Purans • Hrugveda• Ramayana • Atharvaveda• Mahabharata • Sam Veda• Ram Charitmanas • Yajurveda • Upnishad
  35. 35. Purushartha Jeevan AshramsDharma ("righteousness, ethikos") BramhArtha ("livelihood, wealth") GrihasthKāma ("sensual pleasure") VanaprasthMokṣa ("liberation, freedom (from samsara))". Sannyasa Yog 1. saama, the process of pacifying Bhakti Yoga (the path of love and devotion) Karma Yoga (the path of right action) 2. daama, the process of Bribery Rāja Yoga (the path of meditation) 3. bheda, the principle of dividing Jñāna Yoga (the path of wisdom) 4. danda, the principle of punishment
  36. 36. 2 The 16 Samskaras2.1 Garbhadhana• Hitopodesh 2.2 Pumsavana 2.3 Simanatonnayana• Arthashastra 2.4 Jatakarman 2.5 Namakarana 2.6 Nishkramana 2.7 AnnaprashanaSattvic -Pure-Guna 2.8 ChudakaranaRajasic – light,power- Guna 2.9 KarnavedhaTamasic –Dark, Lazy- Guna 2.10 Vidyarambha 2.11 Upanayana 2.12 Praishartha 2.13 Keshanta and Ritusuddhi 2.14 Samavartana 2.15 Vivaha 2.16 Antyeshti
  37. 37. IslamFrom the land of Middle East
  38. 38. Islam• Hazrat Adam Ali Shah Wassallam• Nabi pak Mustafa Muhammad Sallalla-ul-Alahi Wassallam• Isa Ali Wassallam (Jesus Christ) Quraan : Nabi Pak Mustafa Md. Sallalla-ul-alahi wassallam Zibriyl (Farista) Inzill (Bible): - Isa Ali Wassallam, Torrat : - Mussa Ali Wassallam Mehraj Awarded Namaj 50 a day drafted 5 only Pilgrims Mecca (Kaba), Saudi Arabia Masjid-e-Nabi (Madeena) Saudi Arabia Masjid-e-Aksa (Betul-e-mukaddas), Gazza Farz-e-Islami Patti, Israel Zakat Roja Namaj (Fazar4, Zohar12, Asar8, Magreeb7, Isha17, Zuma2, Nafil Sizda (Self Commitment) & Raquaat) Kalima Haz
  39. 39. ChristianityFrom the land of Snow
  40. 40. Good Friday, Easter, X-mas Day Christians• Nasara, Masihi "Father, forgive them, for they know not what• A Christian is a person who adheres to they do."[Lk. 23:34] Christianity, an "Truly, I say to you, today you will be with me in Abrahamic, monotheistic religion based Paradise."[Lk. 23:43] on the life and teachings of Jesus of "Woman, behold, your son!" Nazareth, who Christians believe is the "E′li, E′li, la′ma sa‧bach‧tha′ni?" [Mt. 27:46] [Mk. Messiah. 15:34]• Prophesied in the Hebrew Bible, and (Aramaic for "My God, My God, why have you the son of God. forsaken me?").• Most Christians believe in the doctrine of the Trinity ("tri-unity"), a description of God as Father, as Son, and as Holy Spirit.• This includes Roman Catholicism, Orthodox Christianity, and the vast majority of Protestantism.
  41. 41. Jewish Kohanim lived between 1000 BCE“The Jews , also known as the Jewish people, are a nation and ethnoreligious group originating in the Israelites or Hebrews of the Ancient Near East”Mussa Ali WasallamTorrat a holy book of Jude“God thought if I will create a world based on attribute of mercy alone then sinners will greatly multiply. And if based on attributes of justice alone then howcould the world endure… so did, the almighty, created a world based on both the attributes”
  42. 42. SikhismRevolt against injustice and cruelty
  43. 43. BuddhismEnlighten through knowledge
  44. 44. Buddhist• Prajñā (wisdom that purifies mind) • dṛṣṭi (ditthi): viewing reality as it is, not just as it appears to be. • saṃkalpa (sankappa): freedom, harmlessness. Śīla is the ethics or morality, or abstention from unwholesome deeds. • vāc (vāca): speaking in a truthful, non- hurtful Bbuddha’s Teachings To refrain from taking life • karman (kammanta): acting non-harmful (non-violence towards sentient • ājīvana (ājīva): a non-harmful livelihood life forms), or ahimsā• Samādhi is the mental discipline required to To refrain from taking that which is not develop mastery over ones own mind. given • vyāyāma (vāyāma): an effort to improve (not committing theft) To refrain from sensual (including sexual) • smṛti (sati): awareness to see things with misconduct consciousness, . To refrain from lying • Samādhi (samādhi): correct meditation or (speaking truth always) concentration To refrain from intoxicants which lead to loss of mindfulness (specifically, drugs and alcohol)

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