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Dear Laxmikant,
I already replied you for this post. No doubt, it is very good and useful. Can you suggest any other PPT/or would you make such PPT from Ramayan even? There are wonderful lessons one should learn from these epics. Regards,
KS Rao

From India, Hyderabad
Hi, Ecellent ppt. Just igniting ideas. Powerful morale booster. Thanxxxxxxx for sharing this. Regards. M.Srinivas
From India, Vijayawada
hii sir.. it was really a lovely ppt.. tanx for sharing... some of the facts of this even i did not know
From India, Calcutta
Dear Laxmikant "ldbhakre"

I agree with you on all three counts - it is hard to get good fresh material, it is always good to repeat GOOD things and many members have not seen earlier posted material.

In fact, I am thankful to you, because it is an excellent material, and I had not seen it earlier !

Moreover, I am happy to note that you did not attempt to take any credit for it - "The creator is unknown but whosoever has done this Job must be a intelligent person" - a perfectly right disposition and action.

All I want to request you is; as Mr. Simhan - "nashbramhall" - has rightly pointed alongwith the required link; just post a LINK to the material which you want to re-post / repeat.

This is not only the right way of referencing (if the whole thing is required to be referred); but it also gives credit where it is due.

Moreover, readers can themselves get benefit of additional / related items associated with that LINK - like some additional information, corrections, additions, opinions of others etc. which add value to the posted material.

I am herewith providing again the link to the original post in CiteHR, for the benefit of all.

https://www.citehr.com/156310-manage...ahabharat.html

It is a relatively new thread, started on 14/04/2009.

Done this way, can anyone accuse me of plagiarism or repeating a post ?

Kindly do keep on giving references of good things that you come across this site. In fact you can refer to NOT JUST ONE, but many such items in A SINGLE POST/THREAD. So go ahead, point out good, exceptional materials; I am sure 100% (why just 90%) people will say its very useful and will thank you for it.

Kindly remember, there is a difference between attaching an item (as if it is one's own; or gives this impression) and referring to a link (which is proper, more convenient, and shows concern for the web-server by not saddling it with un-necessary additional storage space).

Regards.


From India, Delhi
Extremely cogent and well presented.
Our ancient scriptures are filled with management wisdom.
However, we are unwilling to search and learn from them.
We are rather prepared to accept anything which is peddled from the West.
Good show and thank you for sharing.
I shall be responding separately to Kadali Rao's request with some work whihc I have done on "Management thoughts from the Gita".
Commodore S Shekhar


Hi,
First of all congrats for a deep research & a intellectual piece of work. It certainly speaks of management strategies. However Highlighting more truth in this that all this knowledge you provided is just material, nothing spiritual in it, there you are losing connection & real fact is all this knowledge is pure vedic. Pandavas followed whatever krsna wanted them to do & Pandavas were following vedic instruction as yudishtra was known as dharmgyata..Under his guidance everyone followed. In Short there are thousands of instances in vedas where we can learn, follow & apply instructions in our daily lives, if we know actual structure of vedas. Vedic knowledge is all spiritual & it is free for learning. You Just need to understand connection between Krsna, Vedas & Mahabharata.
Hare Krnsa

From India, Delhi
Eventhough my profile is different ut it holds true for every phase of life....thanx for the same.....It was a very inspiring and motivating PPT....learnt a lot from this...hanx once again...
From India, Pune
Dear friends

I got this ppt sometime back and shared it with my professor.

I am just jotting some of the management concepts it has captured.

Wonderful information coined in a beautiful way.

Just repeating the recap page matching the management concepts:

a) SWOT ANALYSIS & Environmental Analysis during Strategy making :::

Turn your weaknesses into strengths.

Know your enemy/challenges. Exploit its weaknesses. Take calculated risks.

Turn enemies into allies.

Know Ground realities. Accept different ideologies. Cooperate





b) MBO Concept of decision making & Team mgt and setting up of objectives (MBO - Management by Objectives):::

Share your responsibilities.

Teamwork scores over Individual Effort.

Right Team = Right set of Individuals. The right man for the right job.

Team interests over Individual interests..



c) Diversity HR practices::::



Empower Women. The Gender Balance is required for stability and administration.



Driving a value based organization / team building (values – commitment, mutual trust & respect)



Commitment scores over Competence.



d) SHRM – Strategic Human Resource Management: :::Recruitment / assignment of right jobs to right people which would help in achieving orgn’s growth



The Right Managers : To inspire, invigorate, counsel in crisis .

Have a great day.

REgards

Jayashree Mukund

Dalmia cement

From India, Madras
Dear Friend, the best pick I had in this month. Who ever is the creator..........my salute to him/her.
From India, Surat
Very cogent and thought provoking.
Thanks.
I am inspired to add my two penny bit on "spirituality and stress".
I am conducting a short workshop on this for the Ramakrishna Mission at Chennai on Sunday 16th August.
Commodore S Shekhar
Director
Sanjivini Human Resources Institute, Chennai



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