New age management: philosophy from Ancient India

Print house India.
V. Shrinivasan
Management Discipline
Organisational management and controlling
About the book

Srinivasan has bridged the 'notional' divide between ancient Indian wisdom and current management thinking. The convergence of current management thought with ancient Indian wisdom leads one to believe that while the competitive landscape changes incessantly, the primary ingredient for lasting success fundamentally remain the same. In this context, the book effectively seeds ideas for
'Corporate Introspection' and associated action that lead to effective learning.
N. R. Narayanamurthy, Chairman and Chief Mentor, Infosys Technologies.
This book is not about merely glorifying ancient thought; nor is it a 'do-it-yourself manual. This book enables you to unravel simple solutions - which are also eternal truths- to complex management problems... it belongs to a unique genre in management literature.
R. Seshasayee, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Ashok Leyland.
Srinivasan makes the stunning case that the Thirukural expresses a philosophy that can inspire and inspires modern management. I found myself wondering which kural I liked the most
Dr. Bruce Kogut, Sanford Bernstein Professor of Leadership and Ethics, Columbia Business School, New York.
Srinivasan has given us the essence of Indian wisdom in a style that is engaging and comprehensible to any lay reader... He has drawn inspiring aphorisms that are very useful in the pursuit of excellence.
Swami Dayananda Saraswathi