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One of the greatest contributions of India to the world is Holy Geeta. It is the song of god sung by sri krishna to arjuna as a counseling to do his duty in the battlefield of kurukshetra.
The bhagvad Geeta’s approach to management focuses on exploring the inner world of the self.

One of the greatest contributions of India to the world is Holy Geeta. It is the song of god sung by sri krishna to arjuna as a counseling to do his duty in the battlefield of kurukshetra.
The bhagvad Geeta’s approach to management focuses on exploring the inner world of the self.

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Management lessons from bhagvad geeta

  1. 1. Presented By- Khushbu chourasia Puja gunjal
  2. 2. Introduction One of the greatest contributions of India to the world is Holy Geeta. It is the part of the Epic Mahabharata. “Srimad bhagvad Geeta” it literally means “song of the lord/bhagvan”. It is the song of god sung by sri krishna to arjuna as a counseling to do his duty in the battlefield of kurukshetra. Arjuna got mentally depressed when he saw his relatives in the battlefield with whom he has to fight.
  3. 3. Management Management is the process of aligning people & getting them committed to work effectively and efficiently for a common goal to the maximum benefit of society . Management is a continuing process involving the principles of : Planning, organizing , influencing, controlling & decision making. The general principles of effective management applies in every field
  4. 4. Bhagvad Geeta & Management The critical question in all manager’s mind is how to be effective in their job. The answer to this is found in the Bhagvad Geeta, which says that ‘you must try to manage yourself’. The western approach to management focuses in exploring the external world of matter and energy. The bhagvad Geeta’s approach to management focuses on exploring the inner world of the self. Managers can understand from Geeta the Organizational Behavior in terms of employee’s individual behavior, group performance and its environment.
  5. 5. Modern Management & Bhagvad Geeta concepts Utilization of available resources The first lesson of management is to choose wisely & utilize scarce resources optimally During the curtain raiser before the Mahabharata war, Duryodhana chose Sri Krishna’s large army for his help while Arjuna selected Sri Krishna’s Wisdom for his support. It gives us a clue about the nature of the effective manager, the former chose numbers, the later, wisdom.
  6. 6. Karmanye vadhikaraste --you have the power to act only ma phaleshu kadachna --you do not have the power to influence the result Karmaphalehtur bhurma te --therefore you must act without the anticipation of the result sangostvakarmani --without succumbing to inaction
  7. 7. yogastha kuru karmani sangam tyaktava dhananjaya siddhyasiddhyo samo bhutva samatvam yoga uchyate yogastha kuru karmani --perform action being steadfast in yoga Sangam tyaktava dhananjaya --abandoning attachment Siddhyasiddhyo samo bhutva --become balanced in success and failure Samatvam yoga uchyate --evenness of mind is called yoga
  8. 8. Conclusion Turn your weaknesses into strengths. Share your responsibilities. Right Team = Right set of individuals. Know your enemy/challenges. The Right managers: to inspire , invigorate, councel in crisis. Know ground realities, accept different ideologies. Empower women

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