New Age Management Philosophy from Ancient Indian Wisdom by V Srinivasan

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Pages: 135

About the Book
Though management as a practice is very old as a subject it has evolved in a big way only in the last fifty years. Today there are a number of management gurus who have extensively studied this subject and evolved a number of theories relating to it. However we do not find many ancient books which have codified thoughts pertaining to management the Thirukural is an exception despite being two thousand years old.
Considered the Tamil veda, the Thirukural is a treatise on the Art of living its eternal and universal appeal lies in its secular character clarity of thought depth of understanding and penetrating insights into the fundamental of human thought and behaviour.
In this book the author gives examples from his varied global experiences and explains how he has drawn inspiration from the Thirukural to deal with every day business situation in what is a fascinating analysis the author also sows how the thought of contemporary management gurus compare with the timeless wisdom contained in the Thirukura.
The book is an indispensable guide for management corporate executives entrepreneurs students of management and those who aspire to be leaders.
About the Author
V. Srinivasan is the management director and chief executive officer of infotech Ltd. Within a span of just six years he has turned 3i infotech in to global technology company with 2500 employees in forty countries across five continents. Having travelled widely around the world he has a deep understanding of global business issues he has also been on the board of several companies.
Srinivasan combines a comprehensive mix of academic qualifications and professional experience he is a graduate in mathematics from Madras university and secured the first rank in the university Apart from being a rank holder in the Chartered Accountancy examination he is also a

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Published October 1, 2006 by Roli Books. 121 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction