Indian Ethos and Values for Managers

ISBN Number : 978-93-5367-676-6

Student Price : Rs.425

Student Dollar Price : 17$

Book Edition : Third

Year of Publication : 2023

No. Of Pages : 232

Book Weight :392

About The Book

India is witnessing two positive developments in Management education field. The first is growing interest in Indian ethos and values as part of new focus on development of value-based education. The second is growing interest in decolonization or Indianization of Management Education. The ancient Indian heritage of Rishi-Munis wisdom in Management is being rediscovered and re-established. Indian Ethos and Values as described in the Mahabharata epic are attracting attention of Faculty members, MBA students and practicing Managers. This has led to upsurge in demand for this textbook. Second revised edition was received by them enthusiastically and need for third edition has emerged within short span of two years. There are bright prospects of Indian Management being recognized as a distinct type of Management by academia like Western Management and Japanese Management.

 

Contents -

1. Indian Socio Political Environment as Basis for Indian Model of Management
2. Indian Work Ethos
3. Indian Heritage in Production and Consumption
4. Indian Insight into Total Quality of Mind
5. Stress Management
6. Management – Indian Perspective on Functions of Management
7. Management – Indian Perspective on General and Functional Management
8. Teaching Ethics
9. Values for Managers/Leaders
10. Personal Growth and Lessons from Ancient Indian Education System
Cases

About The Author

Professor N.M. KHANDELWAL, Ph.D., M.Com. Gold medal, CBA Canada, FIAA.

Former Professor and Head, Dept. of Commerce and Business Administration, Saurashtra University, Rajkot and Professor, Dean and Director of Management Studies, M.D.S. University, Ajmer. Currently working as Honorary Director, Ved Vyas Chair of Indian Management. Published 55 papers and articles and 20 books. Produced 23 Ph.D.’s and completed 10 research projects.

His current area of research and publications is Indian Knowledge System specially in Management and Commerce fields. He has devoted about two decades in this research and has published more than 30 books.

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