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  • 1. (c) www.siv-g.org
    • An Axiom To Suresh’s Law of Corruption Dynamics
  • 2. Micro level Individual Macro level global ©www.siv-g.org
  • 3. Democratic nature of human ©www.siv-g.org
  • 4. “ Mind food ”, to borrow the words of David J. Schwartz, has become a crucial factor. Time has come for MIME Management ©www.siv-g.org
  • 5. Responsible for every human act. Subtle body Mind Intellect Memory Ego Seat of all vanities Discriminate Experience Bundle of desires ©www.siv-g.org
  • 6. Acquired - Five senses Inherited - Gene Process Human act Output ©www.siv-g.org + Input
  • 7. MIME Management M ind I ntellect M emory E go ©www.siv-g.org
  • 8. MIME Management M ind I ntellect M emory E go ©www.siv-g.org
  • 9. MIME Management M ind I ntellect M emory E go ©www.siv-g.org
  • 10. MIME Management M ind I ntellect M emory E go Solution 2 : Have Organizational Ego ©www.siv-g.org
  • 11. MIME Management M ind I ntellect M emory E go Solution 3 : Have emotional attachment Emotional attachment ©www.siv-g.org
  • 12. MIME Management N ation O rganisation F amily & peers F ellow human being Patriotism Loyalty Love & affection Humanity ©www.siv-g.org
  • 13. Pareto Principle ©www.siv-g.org
  • 14. Pareto Principle MIME mis-management Individual / organization performance ©www.siv-g.org
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  • 16. COLD WAR SCENARIO ©www.siv-g.org
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    • Inter dependence of countries
    • Resources started moving across borders
      • Man, Money, Material
    • Flat World phenomenon; to borrow the words of Thomas L. Friedman.
    • Countries pushed towards liberalization and the economic reforms
    • Paved way for entry of private players in economic development.
    • Private players to face the reality of competition and at the same time being self reliant.
    • Outburst of financial irregularities and scams were the result of this situation to cope up with competition and at the same time profit making.
    End of Cold War ©www.siv-g.org
  • 19. Tax payers demand in the post cold war scenario
    • International Funding Agencies / Tax payers of the donor countries
      • now very vigilant and particular that their money is spent properly by the receiving countries.
      • very keen that the countries receiving aids are well governed as well.
    • The buzz words - governance and corporate governance
    • Paradigm shift in the thinking from ‘business of business is business’ to ‘business of business is ethical business’.
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  • 21. Suresh’s Law of Corruption Dynamics
    • Thermodynamics Vs Corruption dynamics
    • Elements of Law of Corruption dynamics
      • Corruption (C)
      • Governance (G)
      • Systems (S)
      • Values (V)
      • Anti-corruption efforts (A)
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  • 22. Corruption
    • Anti Poor
    • Anti Economic development
    • Anti National
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  • 24. (c) www.siv-g.org ©www.siv-g.org
  • 25. ©www.siv-g.org Systems Rules Regulations Procedures
  • 26. Values / Integrity
    • Holding together a set of values
      • Moral integrity
      • Intellectual integrity
      • Financial integrity
    • Lack of integrity
      • Leads to corruption
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  • 27. Suresh’s Law of Corruption Dynamics – Determining Factors
      • Corruption (C)
      • Governance (G)
      • Systems (S)
      • Values (V)
      • Anti-corruption efforts (A)
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  • 28. Suresh’s Law of Corruption Dynamics
    • G ∝ 1 / C
    • C ∝ A
    • G ∝ 1 / A
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  • 29. The Law of corruption dynamics
    • G ∝ 1/C
    • G = V n (V + S) / C
    • Where
    • n = 1 to ∝
    • V # 0
    • V > S (value based system)
    • and
    • V/S ≥ 2
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  • 30. The Law of corruption dynamics
    • G ∝ 1/A
    • G = V n (V + S) / A
    • Where
    • n = 1 to ∝
    • V # 0
    • V > S (value based system)
    • and
    • V/S ≥ 2
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  • 31. “ Self Imposed Vigilance” : THE SOLUTION ©www.siv-g.org
  • 32. What is SIV-G?
    • SIV-G : Self Imposed Vigilance for Good Governance.
    • SIV-G (to pronounce like “sivji”)
    • An axiom to the “Suresh’s Law of Corruption Dynamics”
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    • “ The thief is an artist and the policeman is only a critic” - Oscar Wilde.
    • The real glory will come only when the thief takes over the role of the policeman to criticize his own art and reform himself. This is the utmost need towards good governance.
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  • 34. THE CONCEPT OF VIGILANCE
    • Traces of Vigilance
    • Shakespeare and Vigilance
    • In `Tempest’, Antonio speaks to Sebestian:
    • “ Let it be tonight;
    • for, now they are oppress’d with travel,
    • they
    • will not, nor cannot, use such vigilance ,
    • as when they are fresh”
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  • 35. THE CONCEPT OF VIGILANCE
    • American Revolution and Vigilance
    • Vigilance Committees and Vigilance groups
      • Before emergence of governmental organization
      • Self-appointed committees for maintaining law and order and justice
        • summarily dispensed justice
          • banishment
          • whipping or hanging
    • Disbaned voluntarily after establishment of law enforcement machineries.
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  • 37. What is vigilance?
    • ‘ Quality or character of being vigilant, watchfulness against danger or any action on the part of others, alertness or closeness of observations’.
    • - Oxford English Dictionary
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  • 38. VIGILANCE
    • Watchfulness
    • Cautious
    • Circumspections
    • Vigilance
      • In all walks of life
    • SELF IMPOSED VIGILANCE (SIV)
    • ABSOLUTE STATE OF MIND
    • All for - one’s own good as well as others and for the whole universe.
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  • 39.
    • The concept of Self Imposed Vigilance (SIV) can be best understood from the couplets of Saint Thiruvalluvar, when he observed:
    • Thirukkural (Ch.68, Ver.676)
    • Mudivum idaiyurum murriyangu eythum
    • Padupayanum partthuch cheyal
    Every act is to be performed after considering the exertion required, the obstacles to be encountered and the purpose to be achieved on its completion ©www.siv-g.org
  • 40.
    • Eternal Vigilance
    • (Self Imposed Vigilance)
    Quality Circles (QCs) Total Quality Management (TQMs) Quality Manuals ©www.siv-g.org Vigilance – in corporate world
  • 41. VISION MISSION GOALS OBJECTIVES POLICY FRAMEWORK SYSTEMS & PROCEDRURE IMPLEMENTATION IMPEDIMENTS RESULTS D E C I S I O N A C T I O N SELF IMPOSED VIGILANCE ©www.siv-g.org
  • 42. VIGILANCE All activities Personal Professional Social SIV : SELF IMPOSED VIGILANCE ABSOLUTE STATE OF MIND Spiritual ©www.siv-g.org
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    • In Every Educational Institution / University / School
    • www.siv-g.org - Develop Network
    • Identification of GVC at Global Level through
      • Online Intellectual Management and interaction
      • Brain Storming on Good Governance
      • Discussions on Integrity and transparency
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  • 45. (c) www.siv-g.org
    • Annual Survey on Corporate Perception
      • Organizations
      • Stake Holders
      • Civil Society
    • Advantages
      • SIV-G as Neutral Body with a Social Commitment
      • Based On Vigilance Perception Index
      • Common Index For Govt./Pvt. Organizations
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  • 50. Wake up the vigilance officer within!
    • ‘ Teach yourselves, teach every one, his (or her)
    • real nature, call upon the sleeping soul and see
    • how it awakes. Power will come, glory will come,
    • goodness will come, purity will come, and
    • everything that is excellent will come, when this
    • sleeping soul is roused to self-conscious activity’.
    • -Swami Vivekananda
    • Wake up the vigilance officer within!
    • SIV – G is here to just make it happen!
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  • 51. … .Let us act and not wait for Acts all the time… ©www.siv-g.org