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V Ohe age-old wisdom of the Indian seers seems to have caught on
today in the world of management. It will only be a reclaiming of
our own heritage if we in India return to our spiritual lineage and
reshape it, if need be, to suit the present claims. It is apparent that,
we are well placed to take advantage of this knowledge economy
owing to our celebrated spiritual heritage.
$ Indian spirituality is waiting in the corporate
corridors ready to serve the business community.
$ Ohe need is for self-awareness of it.
$ ? number of factors have brought the spirituality
to the centre stage of discussions. ? few of them
are:
* Corporate downsizing and retrenchment
* Luxurious lifestyles
* Balancing the personal and professional life
* Materialistic Business approach
* Role conflicts
$ Besides these spirituality has gained importance
because of problem of survival in this hyper competitive
world where growth of education, social upliftment etc
are common features.
$ Employees no longer are happy with professional
success or material gains.
?ccording to Kautilya, four elements that define
management excellence are: gaining possession of non-
possessed; protecting that which is gained; making the
protected grow; and deployment of employees. Ohese
are very much relevant to the modern management
though the roots are in ancient Indian ethics.
$ Learning about competing enterprises is essential
not only for collaborating, but also for `standing
alone', reminds Kautilya.
$ ?nother sutra reminds that in law enforcement
lies one's own protection. "Employment is
sustained through enforcement," is a helpful clue
to the HR department.
$ ?nd the golden rule, that today's management
gurus would also vouch for, is: "When the number
of tasks is many, priority should be given to that
work which is most fruitful."