“Business of Freedom & Beyond”

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• Before 1857, there were fragmented revolts against the British in almost all parts of the country. • Rani Chennamma had led courageous fights of 1824 in Kittur. • There was uprising in Arcot in 1795 – 1805. • Indian freedom fighters had a very clear concept of being the inhabitants of a specific land/country/mulk – being Hindustan even before 1857 struggle, which they differentiated from the neighbouring country the kingdom of Nepal – though following the same faith, Hinduism.

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1757 Battle of Plassey

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1757 Battle of Plassey 1857 Revolution

Concept

Definition

Planning

Execution

Closing

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1757 Battle of Plassey 1857 Revolution

Concept

Definition

Planning

Lal Bal Pal Naoroji RCDutt

Execution

Savarkar Bhagat Singh M K Gandhi

Closing

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Where we are

Strategic Planning Model ABCDE
Where we want to be How we will do it

How are we doing

Assessment

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Components

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Evaluate

• Environmental Scan • Background Information • Situational Analysis • SWOT – Strength’s, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats

• Situation – Past, Present and Future • Significant Issues • Align / Fit with Capabilities • Gaps

• Mission & Vision • Values / Guiding Principles • Major Goals • Specific Objectives

• Performance Measurement • Targets / Standards of Performance • Initiatives and Projects • Action Plans

• Performance Management • Review Progress – Balanced Scorecard • Take Corrective Actions • Feedback upstream – revise plans

Where we are

Strategic Planning Model ABCDE
Where we want to be How we will do it

How are we doing

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• Environmental Scan • Situation – Past, • Mission & Vision • Performance • Performance Present and Management - Swaraj, Swadeshi, - The Economic Measurement Future Condition of India, Boycott, National -Lala Lajpat Rai, 1920 • - Bipin Chandra R C Dutt, 1901 - Gopal Krishna Education, Tilak, 1905 Paul, The New - C R Das, Meanning Gokhale, Á Double of Freedom, – Movement, 1907 • Review Progress1921 • Values / Guiding • Background • Targets / • Wrong’, 1902 Significant Issues Principles Balanced Scorecard Information Standards of - G Subramanian - Aurobindo, Bhawani - N R Sarkar, Indian Performance - Poverty of India, Iyer, Mandir, 1905 Economy, 1934 Naoroji, 1893 Industrialisation.., - Subramania Bharathi, - Savarkar, 1937 1901 • Take Corrective • Situational • Initiatives and • Align / Fit with • Major Goals 1908 Actions Analysis Projects Capabilities - Bhagat Singh - D E Wacha, - V O Chidambaram 1931 Military Pillai 1906 • Expenditure, SWOT – - Chauri Chora • Feedback • Action Plans • Specific • Gaps Strength’s, 1892 1922 upstream – revise Objectives - Madan Mohan Weaknesses, plans Malaviya, Opportunities, - Ganesh Shankar Swadwshi, BHU, Threats Vidyarthi, 1906 - Indian Unity, S - Bhulabhai Desai,

CORE COMPONENTS Definition Our Values Our Mission Our Vision Our Strategies Our Tactics HINDUSTAN WHAT WE
BELIEVE

Time Frame LONG TERM

SWARAJYA SWADESHI NATIONAL EDUCATION BOYCOTT

WHY WE EXIST WHERE WE ARE GOING HOW WE WILL GET THERE WHAT WE WILL DO

MEDIUM TERM

SHORT TERM

Freedom

Swadeshi Boycott

Swarajya

'Our nation is like a tree of which the original trunk is swarajya and the branches are swadeshi and boycott.‘ -BAL GANGADHAR TILAK

Project Life Cycle
1757 Battle of Plassey 1857 Revolution Lal Bal Pal

Concept

Definition

Planning

Execution

Savarkar Bhagat Singh M K Gandhi

Subhash Bose Sardar Patel Chakravarti Rajagopalach

Closing

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The Strategy-Making, Strategy-Executing Process

Leadership

Vision Mission and Values are Business Drivers

Culture

“The biggest levers you’ve got to change a company are strategy, structure, and culture. If I could pick two, I’d pick strategy and culture.”
Wayne Leonard
CEO, Entergy

The Structure of The Society

B R Ambedkar P C Roy J C Bose Dayananda Saraswati Vivekananda Ram Mohan Roy

Concrete Plans and Actions

An Accepted Knowledge Management Model

BHAGWAD GITA

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Source: http://www.rhsmith.umd.edu/is/malavi/icis-97-KMS/sld011.htm

The planning model

PEACE, PROSPERITY
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The Second Curve
B

C
The battle for freedom is over. The struggle for peace begins

Inquilab Zindabad 1857 Vande Mataram Swaraj is my birth right and I shall have it
A 1857

Give me blood I will give you freedom

Plaseey

Chinnamma

As I conclude I visualize
A few central themes in the legacy of the leaders of independence movement:
– – – – – They were not constrained by what India was They were concerned about what India could be They imagined a new India India that was world class Understood how to build institutions to support and develop that vision.

Our Freedom Fighters rather than opting for Business of Profit; opted for “Business of Freedom.”

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