Indian Management from Bhagavad Gita
No. of Pages: 102 (hundred and two pages)
Table of Contents:
Chapter-2 The Leadership discusses pancha indriyas, four purushardhas (4Ps), levels of intelligence, meaning of soul, characteristics of sthitapragna, and other leadership qualities.
Chapter-3 Individual Behavior and Characteristics explains BHI (Brain, Heart, and Indriyas) triangle, trigunas such as sattva, raja and tama gunas, yogi, gyani, brahmanandam, and impact of prayers.
Chapter-4 Organizational Culture discusses the society, friends and enemies, different forms of lord Krishna, different forms of organizations and categorization of society into varnas.
Chapter-5 Ethical Management explains swadharma, paradharma, ethical behavior, unethical behavior, divine characteristics, evil characteristics, extracts of trigunas and types of wellbeing.
Chapter-6 Moral Values discusses meaning of prani (the living thing), love and like, hate and unlike and their relationship to happiness and unhappiness, getting relieved from sins, having bhakti, whom does lord krishna like, tyagam, different types of penance, different types of donations, family tree and becoming a complete person.
Chapter-7 Project Management discusses task/karma, karta (doer), buddhi (sense), gyanam (knowledge), impact of karma on team members, brahmam and project failure factors.
Chapter-8 Decision Making covered Arjuna’s decision making, the decision making process according to Bhagavad Gita, different types of decisions, getting out of uncertainties, getting out of geeva himsa, and impact of decision making on an organization.
Chapter-9 Managerial Effectiveness and Efficiency discussed kshetram, meaning of purusha, how to get knowledge?, moksha for individual effectiveness, impact of knowledge on organization, and impact of Bhagavad Gita on individuals.