Foundations of Managerial Work

ISBN Number : 978-81-8488-062-5

Student Price : Rs.475

Student Dollar Price : 19$

Library Price : Rs.895

Library Dollar Price : 36$

Book Edition : Second

Year of Publication : 2020

No. Of Pages : 356

Book Weight :384

About The Book

Professor Chakraborty has made a profound contribution to the art and science of Management Development with the publication of Foundations of Management work: Contributions from Indian Thought. He goes deep into the causes for the solutions to organizational problems. It is the courage to go deep, to essential cause that sets this book apart.

The book is a call to Indian managers to return to their sadhana. To turn to spiritual practice to develop themselves. To raise their consciousness. All management, Professor Chakraborty correctly notes, is finally subjective. Therefore, the cultivation and purification of man`s inner field, the realms which subjective decision are made, is central to effective management.

 

Contents :

I Value Perspectives and Transformational Psychology for Management
1. Human Resource and Rat Race or Human Response and Human Race
2. Value for Indian Managers; some Vintage Insights
3. Managerial Style in Quest of Value : The Indian Stimulus
4. A Budding Manager`s Guide to Progress: Illusion and Reality
II Work and Quality of work-Life Through Transformational Psychology
5. The Will-To-Yoga and Quality of Work-Life
6. Foundations of Work-Culture : The Indian Perspective
7. Work and Man : An Imaginary Dialogue
8. Guna Dynamics and Transactional Analysis-A Comparative Review
9. Organizational Reality in India : Some Introspection
10. Management Thinking in India The Sociological Perspective : A Close Look
11. Will-To-Yoga and Quality of Work-Life Revisited
III Transformation Psychology In Action
12. Management of Stress and Trans-Empirical Psychology : A Few insights
13. Leadership and organized Teamwork in India : Some Glimpses into the Past and the Future
14. Creativity : Brain Storming or brain-stilling?
15. Work-culture and selfishness : The Indian Dilemma and Response
16. Attitude Change and Meditational Psychology

About The Author

S.K. Chakraborty (1940) had been a 1st ranker of Kolkata University in his Masters examination, and a 1st ranker in India in the final examination of the Institute of Cost and Works Accountants. As a Commonwealth Scholar, he did his Ph.D at Liverpool University (UK).

He has five decades of post graduate teaching experience at various universities in India, US, Europe and Australia. His last 33 years of teaching was done at IIMC, where he had set up the Management Centare for Human Values in 1992. He is author and co-author of 36 books, of which 23 are in the field of Indian Ethos, Ethics and Human Values. He has also initiated and edited three Journals, namely, Decision, Journal Human Values and Shraddha. He has travelled to most parts of the world for addressing seminars and conferences and holding Workshops on the above themes.

He has been on the Boards and Expert Committees of several GOI institutions. Until recently he was a member of the BOG, IIM Indore. Presently he is Mentor Emeritus at the abindranath Tagore Centre for Human Values, sponsored by Ambuja Realty, in Kolkata.

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