“RAMAYANA”
THE MANAGEMENT GURU
PROMOTING THE TEAM LEADER SKILLS IN PRESENT SCNARIO
IN THE NAME OF RAMA
O Lord Rama! O Raghava!
Thou art an ocean of mercy.
Thou art Maryada Purushottama.
Thou art the refuge...
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INTRODUCTION
“Kujantam rama rameti madhuram madruraksaram; Aruhya
kavita sakham vande valmiki kokilam”- Rama rakshya st...
OBJECTIVE
 Important lessons from Ramayana.
E
xploring and explaining the transformational
leadership exhibited by Sri R...
RAMAYANA LESSONS
R
espect (F
ather’s word of honor)
L
eadership (renouncing egoism, equanimity, harmony,
trust, simplici...
LEADERSHIP FUNDAS
It is better to have an army of rabbits led by a lion than a army of lion led by a
rabbit.- NEPOLIAN
THI...
TRAITS OF A TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERS
 1. Transformational leaders are visionaries – Sri Rama
created future vision for Ay...
5. Transformational leaders are value driven – Sri Rama,
never deviated or deviates from the words he had and has
given.
...
MANAGEMENT LESSON EXAMPLE FROM
RAMAYANA
One of the most obvious incidences, in which
use of management principles is very ...
TRENDING WOMEN STATUS
Status of women in RAMAYANA:
•

Scriptural women (Devi Sita) was ideal daughter,
ideal wife, ideal m...
Current status of women  has IMPROVED dramatically
 Visualizing the status of women in scripture women were
always been ...
CONCLUSION
Never make promise, once you make promise never break it.
Leadership, communication power, Team work, Innovat...
Thank you… for listening

PRESENTED BY:
BHANU MANTRI
ROLL NO. A1217412010
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"Ramayana" The Management Guru

  1. 1. “RAMAYANA” THE MANAGEMENT GURU PROMOTING THE TEAM LEADER SKILLS IN PRESENT SCNARIO
  2. 2. IN THE NAME OF RAMA O Lord Rama! O Raghava! Thou art an ocean of mercy. Thou art Maryada Purushottama. Thou art the refuge of devotees. I have filled my being With Thy love. I installed Thee In my heart. Om Sri Ramaya Namah.
  3. 3. • INTRODUCTION “Kujantam rama rameti madhuram madruraksaram; Aruhya kavita sakham vande valmiki kokilam”- Rama rakshya stotra [“I salute Valmiki, the cuckoo, who, perching on the tree of poesy, melodiously sing the sweet syllables – Rama, Rama” ]  Ramayana is also called “Adi-kavya” means First poem. Ramayana is not just a Poem but it is a “MANAGEMENT BIBLE” of all time. Rama is a “MANAGEMENT GURU” he who converted least skilled “VANARAS” to polished diamonds to achieve the goals.
  4. 4. OBJECTIVE  Important lessons from Ramayana. E xploring and explaining the transformational leadership exhibited by Sri R ama as narrated by Valmiki M in Ramayana which are lacking in uni leadership in the 21st century.  T transformational leadership exhibited by Sri Rama he is a model and a guideline for every leaders at any levels of organization, society and country. SW  [strength, weakness, opportunities and OT threats] analysis is one of the most important aspects of modern day management. Comparing the scripture status of women with present scenario.
  5. 5. RAMAYANA LESSONS R espect (F ather’s word of honor) L eadership (renouncing egoism, equanimity, harmony, trust, simplicity)  Communication power (clear, complete, courteous) T eam work (search of Sita) Innovation and M otivation (bridge building, motivated & encouraged Sita by hanuman, burnt L anka) Devotion (building bridge, fighting Rakshas, fetching sanjivani mountains) L oyalty (Agni pariksha)
  6. 6. LEADERSHIP FUNDAS It is better to have an army of rabbits led by a lion than a army of lion led by a rabbit.- NEPOLIAN THIS DEFINES THAT “Leadership is an art (not science) of influencing, motivating, inspiring, and transforming people (human resources) towards achieving organizational goals”. Bass & Avolio (1994) states that there two types of leadership; Transactional Leadership and Transformational Leadership.  Transactional leaders are leaders who guide or motivate their followers in the direction of established goals by clarifying role and task requirements. WHILE Transformational leaders are leaders who provide individualized consideration and intellectual stimulation and possess charism Transformational leadership is not a substitute for  transactional leadership; it is an enhancement. So focussing the transformational leadership.
  7. 7. TRAITS OF A TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERS  1. Transformational leaders are visionaries – Sri Rama created future vision for Ayodhya and the vision was clearly communicated to the people of Ayodhya before leaving to the forest.  2. Transformational leaders are change agents - Sri Rama changed the kingship of Kiskhinda from Bali to Sugriva and the kingship of Lanka.  3. Transformational leaders - are courageous people. Sri Rama was firm and brave to take all the risk to protect the words his father (King Dasaratha) gave to Kaikeyi.  4. Transformational leaders believe in people - Sri Rama had complete trust and believes in Sugriva to recover Sita.
  8. 8. 5. Transformational leaders are value driven – Sri Rama, never deviated or deviates from the words he had and has given. 6. Transformational leaders are life long learners - Sri Rama, a perfect example of life of learner. 7. Transformational leaders have the ability to deal with complexity, ambiguity and uncertainty - Sri Rama had to make the painful decision to banish Sita from Ayodhya.  8.Transformational leaders never break promise – Promise given to Sugriva was fulfilled by Rama.
  9. 9. MANAGEMENT LESSON EXAMPLE FROM RAMAYANA One of the most obvious incidences, in which use of management principles is very clearly visible is that of Hanuman going to Lanka. His mission was to locate Sita there and give her Lord Ram’s message. When it became clear that Sita was in Lanka, Jamvant asked Hanuman to go there. He helped him in realizing his true potential and motivated him to go in the enemy’s camp. Once mentally prepared for the job and reached there, first thing which Hanuman did was to completely analyze the situation in Lanka. He did a complete study about the Lankans, assessing their strengths and weaknesses, the various threats and opportunities which he had in the enemy’s camp.
  10. 10. TRENDING WOMEN STATUS Status of women in RAMAYANA: • Scriptural women (Devi Sita) was ideal daughter, ideal wife, ideal mother • She had a silent power of suffering and sacrifice • • • • • • • • Sita swayamvara. Renounced the comfort of ayodhya. Abduction by ravana. Sita held captive in ashokvan. Sita doubted for her chastity. Sita’s agni pariksha Sita undergone ordeal to site off an exile Finally she return to her mother “Bhoomidevi” .
  11. 11. Current status of women  has IMPROVED dramatically  Visualizing the status of women in scripture women were always been lead for suffering, devotion and sacrifices all her life  But currently the status of women are far been changed.  Constitution of India has feeded them with lots many power, to reduce their sufferings and sacrifices.  They are been compared equal to man now.  Are provided first priority in every field to express their qualities.  Are provided many reservation to survive independently on their own will.
  12. 12. CONCLUSION Never make promise, once you make promise never break it. Leadership, communication power, Team work, Innovation, devotion and loyalty. Never step back to avoid risk because you can’t avoid them. But take them as challenges they make you strong. Appreciate people for their work neither it is small or large. You need not to pay anything to talk good to somebody. Try to learn good lessons even from your enemies. Always respect the women.
  13. 13. Thank you… for listening PRESENTED BY: BHANU MANTRI ROLL NO. A1217412010

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