Item Code: IDE553
by Ajanta E. ChakravartyPaperback (Edition: 2005)
Rupa & Co.
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Management as a course of study and lifetime career is aspired to across the globe today, spanning technical, economic, and cultural frontiers. Perhaps this is so because the principles of sound management remain constant through changes in time and space.
Three thousand years ago, on the battlefield of Kurukshetra, Lord Krishna propounded the seed truth of effective management in lilting verse, allegory and cold, hard-headed pragmatism. Macro- and micro- organizational principles as effective today as then, were encapsulated in the Bhagavadgeeta. This book is an attempt to interpret some of the many-splendoured glories of the Geeta, the context being the realistic management of modern enterprise.
About the Author:
Ajanta E. Chakravarty is a management consultant. Her forte lies in the exploration of modern wisdom in ancient Indian texts. She has traveled widely and lectured extensively in India, US, France and Poland. She writes on management issues in national newspapers. Currently she is the Director of the Centre for Cross Cultural Communications.
|2.||The Principle of Sankhya||10|
|3.||Karma - The Why and How||21|
|4.||The Dilemma and the Solution - The Divine Knowledge||34|
|5.||The Earth and The Seed||43|
|6.||Vision and Leadership||55|
|8.||Kshetragya: The Self-Actualised Manager||81|
|9.||The Man Immanent||94|
|10.||Value Systems: Mortal and Immortal||106|
|Glossary of Terms||143|