Thursday, November 25, 2010

Lessons of management from Vedas and Mahabharata

The Federation of Andhra Pradesh Chamber of Commerce (FAPCCI) and Hyderabad Management Association (HMA) are jointly organized a lecture on “Lessons of management from Vedas and Mahabharata” at Surana Udyog Auditorium, Federation House, FAPCCI, Red Hills, Lakdi-Ka-Pul, Hyderabad.

Renowned scholar of Mahabharata from United Kingdom and Professor from Hamdard University, New Delhi Mr. Abhimanyu R Acharya, gave an exclusive lecture on “lessons of management from Vedas and Mahabharata”.

Mr. Abhimanyu R Acharya explained through seven steps to success based on Vedas and Mahabharata is that – team building skills, management power, strategic alliances, proper delegation, ground realities, self discipline and empower women.

Mr. Abhimanyu R Acharya said that Krishna and Pandavas was an expert in management and they are specialists in understanding the strengths and weakness of the enemy and quality of officers and assigning them the job as per his quality and capability and this quality of how to consult and get opinions from his officers and staff.

Mr. Abhimanyu R Acharya explained a manager should never think that by ceasing the office he is holding, his responsibility will be over. It is not so. He will still have responsibilities even after change of guard. Mr. Abhimanyu categorically said that the present day M.B.A. is an offshoot of Mahabharata, the Indian epic, revered by all. At the end of the session, Mr. Abhimanyu replied to various doubts and queries.

Mr. Shekhar Agarwal, president, FAPCCI, Mr. Naresh Chandra Gelli, President, HMA, Ms. Hema Jain, Secretary, HMA, Mr. B. V. Rama Kumar, Joint Secretary, FAPCCI, Mr. Vijay Vedantam, Convener, HMA and many other businessmen, Industrialists and others participated in the lecture session.

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