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Demystifying Management Lesson

Hidden in Vidur Niti-Treasure of Management


Mantras

Adhityedam yathashastram naro janati sattamah


Dharmopadeshbikhyatam karyakaram subhasubham…
By – Shekhar Mishra (Asst. Prof), Papun Patro (MBA – 1st)
LCMSEED – THE SEVEN PILLARS

L LEADERSHIP
C COMMUNICATION
M MOTIVATION
S SELF-MANAGEMENT
E EMPOWERMENT
E ETHICS & ETHOS
D DECISION MAKING
LEADERSHIP

Ekah sarvathu na bhunjita ekash chardan na chintyet


Eko na gachetha adhvanam nekah supteshu jagryate…
(Udyogparva, Section 33)

Main focus on team building.


A successful career is guided by knowledge.
Leader should have control over emotions.
He should be intelligent enough to take correct actions.
COMMUNICATION

Parvrit vak chitrakud uvahan partibhanvan


aashu garandasya vakta ch sa veh pandita uchyate…
(Udyogparva, Section 33)

He who spoke boldly, can converse on various subjects, know the


science of argumentation, possess the genius and can interpret
meaning, what is written in books is reckoned as wise.
MOTIVATION

Nishchitya yah parkramte nantar vasati karmanah:


avandhya kali vshyatama sa veh pandita uchyate……….
(Udyogparva, Section 33)

Inspiration from work itself is the most powerful form of


motivation.
He who strive having commenced anything till it is completed,
who never waste his time and who his soul under control is
regarded wise.
SELF MANAGEMENT

Karodho harshsacha tharpashacha haristhambho


manyamaniyata:Yam ardan napkarshanti sa va pandita
uchyate…
(Udyogparva, Section 33)

He whom neither anger, nor joy, nor pride nor false modesty,
nor stupefaction, nor vanity can draw away from the high ends
of life is considered as wise.
That illustrious person who do not grieve when a calamity
have already come upon him, who exert with all his senses
collected and who patiently breath misery in season, is certainly
the foremost of persons and all his foes are vanquished.
EMPOWERMENT

Abhipray yo vidhitva tu bhurtuh sarvani karyani karitya atanthi


vakta hitanam anurakt aryah shaktigya atmaev hi so
nukampya…………..
(Udyogparva, Section 37)
That officer who fully understanding the intentions of
his royal master discharge all duties with alacrity and who
is fully acquainted with the extent of his own might and
with that also of those against, whom he may be
engaged, should be regarded by the king as his second
self.
ETHICS & ETHOS

Ekam evadvitiya yath yath rajan navbudhyase


satyam srvagasya sopanam parvarasaya neer ev

(Udyogparva, Section 33)

As the boat is the only way to cross a river, in the same way truth is
the only way to attain moksha. There are many ways to achieve the
the desired outcome but it will not be accompanied with desired
happiness, which is there in adopting ethical way
DECISION MAKING

Anubandhan avekshet sanbudheshu karmasu


sampradharya cha kuvriti na vegen samacharet……….

(Udyogparva, Section 33)

Before one engage in an act, one should consider the competence of


the agent, the nature of the act itself, and its purpose, for all acts are
dependent on these. Considering these one should begin an act, and
not take it upon a sudden impulse. He that is wise should either do an
act or desist from it fully considering his own ability, the nature of the
act, and the consequence also of success.
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