Bhagavad Gita

Action is greater than inaction. Perform therefore thy task in life. Even the life of the body could not be if there were no action.

Bhagavad
Gita

 

Indian Workers: Deep Beliefs, Values and Drivers

Hindu people have enormous intellectual and conceptual powers.

Here are some ideas that should be considered in an effort to formulate management principles suitable for the genius and temperament of Indian workers.

According to Bhagavad Gita , ultimate freedom (moksha) is a fruit of creative dedicated work, regardless of both the ownership and enjoyment of the result... More

 

 

 

Positive Thinking in Creative Management

Positive thinking means an attitude where you feel "I can do."

Creativity means doing things in your own way, doing things in a new way rather than in the same old way.

Bhagavad Gita says that that any individual has infinite potential, and that people enjoy work. A leader has to draw inspiration from within himself and inspire others... More

 

  

 

How To Manage Indian Workers

Vedanta says, “The individual is essentially divine, and vast potentialities are latent in each soul.”
The worker, in his essential nature, is the atman, the ever-creative, ever-fresh, eternal source of youthful energy and intelligence. It is only when the worker enjoys his work, regardless of the immediate material rewards, that he can touch this source of inner freshness whereby work becomes supremely enjoyable. In other words, the worker is self-motivated... More

 

  

Bhagavad Gita

If you want to see the brave, look to those who can return love for hatred. If you wan to see heroic, look to those who can forgive.

Bhagavad
Gita