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It is an attempt to make the wisdom of mythology accessible and applicable to the corporate world. Hosted by CNBC TV18's Menaka Doshi, Business Sutra discusses the purpose of a corporation, short term goals versus long term ideals, leadership qualities, dharma sankat and modern day business conflicts and challenges.
(Sutra: a collection of aphorisms relating to some aspect of the conduct of life)
Is there any Indian way of doing business?
Who is a Leader?
Dharma and Dharma Sankat:
Modern Day Business Dilemmas:
Education: The Indian case study method
|Publisher||Sony DADC Manufacturing India|
|Title||Business Sutra- Learn How Indian Mythology Can Rewrite Modern Management-Series 1|
|Total Number of Discs||2|
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Feb 10, 2014
Very Nice Thoughts and Suggestions on Business......Watch this Viedo it may help you to learn and train your mind to take correct and appropriate decision in business. .....
Aug 20, 2012
Must buy for all !!!Actually this program is meant for corporates and a must for all B-school students but I believe this is a must buy for all the people working because the principle can teach everybody something... Had seen this program in the TV so bought it for my Manager as a gift.....
Jan 4, 2012
Amazing and Thought provoking seriesFor anybody who has ever felt the lack of certainity in Indian motivation and actions, this series brings home the differences in the Indian way of thinking through a mythological approach Although I dont subscribe to the fact that we can just roundup everything to mythology and history, but this is clearly a new way of thinking that must be acknowledged and possibly applied to understand us as a society. It is eye-opening in some ways that make you pause before the next time you make quick conclusions about business methodology or the Indian aspect of doing business.