The emerging paradigm in management tends towards customer satisfaction, innovation, corporate responsibility, digital connectivity and globalization. All these are good and acceptable. But to realize these goals entirely or perfectly, the corporate world has to bring forward a higher dimension which we may call as an inward, evolutionary and spiritual dimension. The Indian thought can help in the awakening and manifesting of this higher dimension in the individual and corporate life. In the book India’s Contribution to Management, Pravir Malik explores this Indian contribution to management from different approaches and perspectives.
The book is divided into three parts. The first part discusses the ways in which the confluence of certain world trends and India’s own unique position to provide critical components has greatly enhanced the field of management. The second part highlights the imperative necessity of change in management at individual and organizational levels. The third part provides a glimpse into the future of management, wherein the holistic insights of Indian thought are incorporated into its fundamentals.
Pravir Malik, the author of the book, has an MBA degree from J. L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University, Chicago, and worked as management consultant in reputed consultancy firms like A.T. Kearney and Ernst & Young.
M. S. Srinivasan