Overview for Management Concepts from the Mahabharata
This book is based on a research work entitled Survey of mahabharata as a Source of Management Philosophy and Practices. It took the author six years to complete it. The book demolishes the claim of the Western World, mainly USA, that management is their contribution to world civilization. It shows that Ved Vyasa, Krishna, Bhishma, Vidur, Duryodhana and Drona had advanced knowledge of management. Rich material on self-management, communicative skills, leadership qualities, staffing patterns, organizational behaviour, stress management, and meditation is a available in the Mahabharata. Srimad Bhagwad Gita. Vidur Neeti and Shanti Parva are three unique gems contained in it, which have great contemporary interest. The book should prove useful to students, researchers and teachers of management and administration. It should also serve the needs of practicing managers and public administrators. It ,merits global attention.
N.M. Khandelwal (Author)
Dr. N.M. Khandelwal is presently Professor and Head, Department of Management Studies, MDS University. Ajmer (Rajasthan), India. A former President of the Indian Accounting Association. He is an eminent scholar in the field of commerce and management studies. He has won several awards for his research contributions in the field of accounting. With 34 years of teaching experience. Dr. Khandelwal has produced 17 Ph.Ds and completed three post-doctoral research projects. Ideological research, focused on management. Is his current area of interest.