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Wishing you a wonderful celeberation of Ganesh Chathurthi.
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Management Lessons From Lord Ganesha

It seems Lord Ganesha is not just the remover of obstacles and a giver of knowledge. He's also a management guru who embodies the qualities needed by a smart manager.
His big head inspires us to dream big and profitably, his big ears instruct us to listen attentively to new ideas and suggestions, his narrow eyes signify the need to concentrate, and his small mouth reminds us that silence is golden.
And these are just some of the lessons that manngers will learn this Ganesh Chaturthi.


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Good morning Sir, Thanks for sharing......Happy Ganesh Chaturthi to all... M.Sathishkumar Human Resource Department SRF Limited Manali Industrial Area Manali, Chennai - 68
Good Morning Sir.................. Wishing you too Happy Ganesh Chaturthi................ May Lord Ganesha will bring all good luck for all people in the world. :)
Dear Ravi Tripathi
Greetings.
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Best wishes
AVS
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Hi All,
I wish to add that Lord Ganesha's long nose indicates that the Managers should be able to smell from a distance. In other words, Managers should be able to smell the dangers and opportunities that are coming up well in advance.
Regards

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