Indian ethos, need, purpose


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Indian ethos, need, purpose

  1. 1. Indian Ethos, Need, Purpose& Relevance Of Indian Ethos Presented by: Chhavi Verma Anita Prajapati Jyoti Moyal Inderjeet Chauhan
  2. 2. ETHICS Ethics is a set of standards, or a code or value system, worked out from human reason and experience, by which free human actions are determined as ultimately right or wrong, good or evilIf an action agrees with these standards, it is ethical;if not , it unethical
  3. 3. VIVEKANANDAall the secrets of success is there to pay asmuch attention to the means as to the endEthics itself is not the end
  4. 4. MAHATMA GHANDHIhonesty is the best policytrusteeship
  5. 5. ETHOS“Ethos are the moral ideas and attitude that belong to a particular group or society.”Ethos is a discipline that examines one’s morality or the moral standard of the society. Ethics means expected standards in terms of your personal and social welfare. It includes honesty, morality, responsibility etc
  6. 6. Difference between Ethics & EthosBasic of Ethics EthosdifferenceOrigin Ethics are derived from Ethos is derived from shastra culture.Nature Universal Culture- specific region or countryFunction It determine paap, punya, It determines culture or swarg, narak, conduct or cultured behavior. misconduct.Example Truth, non-violence, devotion, Welcome, pranam, kindness etc. respect to elders, love to youngsters etc.
  7. 7. NEEDS OF THE INDIAN ETHOS• Management attitude:• Humanizing organization:• Interiorizing (self) management:• Self introspection• Brain stilling• Stepping back• Self dynamising meditation• Role of intuition (feeling)
  8. 8. PURPOSE OF INDIAN ETHOS• To develop proper management• To ensure all round development• Work sincerely• Productivity of human being
  9. 9. Element of Indian ethosIndian management methods are bound to work in India. Indian ethos is better than other ethos present in other countries.Indian believe• 1. Ego sublimation rather than ego assertion• 2. Sacrificing spirit rather than fighting spirit• 3. Team achievement rather than individual achievement• 4. Spiritual attainment rather than material prosperity• 5. Self control rather than outside control• 6. Concept of duties rather than concept of rights• 7. Yielding rather than dominating• 8. Concern for this age world and improvement• 9. Respect for and search for all truth whatever be its source
  10. 10. Dimension of work ethos• Rightful expectations• Sense of loyalty towards the organization• Discipline• P’s of work ethics
  11. 11. Managerial effectiveness under /EM (Indian ethos in management)S.NO Item Western management Management Based on Indian ethos1 Belief Production, productivity, profit Material gain, with belief in at any cost achieving human and social welfare also2 Guidance Management guided by mind Management by consciousness only, led away by ego and power beyond mind, i.e., soul. desire, soulless management Interiorized management3 Emphasis Worker development, Development of man, management of others, profit integrated growth, harmony, maximization. Human being happiness and health. given only lip sympathy Management of self4 Tools 5Ms as resources- men, Men, machines, materials and money, materials, machines, methods as conscious partners- markets. Science and all having consciousness technology information for whether manifested or dormant. decision marking Information and intuition for decision. Ethics and values combined with skills
  12. 12. 5 Problem Conflict resolution by negotiation, Conflict resolution through solving compromise, arbitration, integration and synthesis on liquidation of differences only for stressing super ordinate a temporary period. No reference common goals so that to higher consciousness enduring harmony and unity is assured. Self introspection, stepping back aids the search for solution6 Decision Brain storming (round table Brain stilling(entering the making approach room of timeless silence)7 Development Physical, vital and mental only. Integrated development, Soul or spirit ignored. Material whole man approach, breath development only, even at the control and meditation cost of man and nature emphasized. Human enrichment and total quality8 Approach External behavior. Mental, Noble attitudes. Inner material, selfish only- soulless guidance, team spirit, total harmony, global good
  13. 13. Features of Indian ethos1. Divinity of a human being is not merely a notion but a truth which can be experienced in the stillness of the mind.2. Balance is the keynote of Indian thought. We have synthesis, harmony Between the dual concepts. The Individual is the central focus.3. Devine element in the individual is only a portion of the universe of the Universal or cosmic consciousness.4. Gives greater emphasis on values, human and ethical. Knowledge is not Power. Indian ethos is based on Indian scripture. Indian thoughts provide Eternal knowledge5. All work is worthy and honorable.6. Emphasis on duties and responsibilities.7. Deals with two types of knowledge. a) Knowledge of creation b) Knowledge of creator
  14. 14. The mindset of a manager:S. NO. According of current According to Indian ethos in management practices management1 Produce results Produce performers2 Organize men, materials, machines Mobilize men and sound out other and money readiness3 Plan, set goals, prepare schedules, Obtain agreement and checklists commitment on means and ends4 Motivate,praise,reprimand, punish, Inspire, empower, celebrate push people success, mourn failure, draw people5 Check,control,report a command post Set personal example, visible, accessible, on the move6 Coordinate, requisition, convene facilitate, show ways to overcome meetings7 Instruct, issue notices, order, demand Make queries, sound out ideas, compliance encourage suggestions
  15. 15. RELEVANCE OF INDIAN ETHOS• Maintain holistic universe• Welfare• Unique work culture• Self development• Provides concentration• Establish value system