Gita based Organisational Behavior & Community work

lessons from GITA

  • turns the weakness into strength
  • team work
  • know the enemies & challenges
  • accepatance
  • women empowerment

Manageral functions

  • vision formation
  • planning the strategy to realise the vision
  • cultivate the leadership quality
  • building an innovative organisation
  • developing human resources
  • building teams and team work
  • delegation, motivation and teamwork
  • performance review

Management guidelines from
the Bhagavad Gita

There is an important distinction between effectiveness
and efficiency in managing.
 Effectiveness is doing the right things.
 Efficiency is doing things right.

Quality # 1: Simplicity
Simplicity was his great friendship with Sudama – a poor Brahmin
whom he remembered even as a king.
Quality # 2: Mr Dependable— A friend in need
He showed the people how to fight injustice and perform their
duty. He was always willing to do everything for his bhakthas and
followers. As a dependable friend, he helped his friend Sudama to
overcome his penury and helped Draupadi, the wife of Pandavas,
who had immense faith in him.

Quality # 3: Ocean of knowledge
Lord Krishna is regarded as “Solah Kala Sampoorna” and
“Poorna Purushottam”. He gave lessons to Narada in the art
of playing the Vina.
Quality # 4: Tactful Communicator
Pandavas in the court of Kauravas he uses his
communication, negotiation and diplomatic skills to avoid
war. But, deep inside his heart he wants the war to happen
so that good can prevail over evil thus uses propaganda
skills to make Duryodhana afraid of the Pandava’s strength
and fighting skills.
Quality # 5: As a Manager & Leader
He essence of Management – the art of getting things done
through people, efficiently and effectively. When it comes to
that Lord Krishna comes out as one of the greatest Manager,
the greatest planner and crisis Manager of all times.


The Bhagavad Gita, like the Divine Comedy, is one of the greatest works of
education ever composed. It leads from the darkness of a life without meaning
to the clarity of God’s wisdom.
→ On the subject of fate, the Bhagavad Gita indicates that every individual and
particle of the universe has a destiny. An individual must have the wisdom to
know his or her destiny.
→ Sri Krishna’s advice with regard to temporary failures is, `No doer of good
ever ends in misery.’ Every action should produce results. Good action produces
good results and evil begets nothing but evil. Therefore, always act well and be
→ The idea is that these management skills should be India-centric and not

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