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Indian Ethos and Business Ethics (Concepts and Cases)

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Conceptual presentation of this book is simple and students oriented. It will help the students to understand and experience the need of ethical dimensions in modern organisations. Indian history explains the role of values through the great epics such as Ramayana and Mahabharata. Though, India was ruled by different emperors and foreign rulers the contributions of Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita and Kautilya’s Arthashastra are remarkable in the formation ethical principles in modern Indian management. In this world of business miracles, managers have to develop value oriented ethical practices for managing people at work as well as other stakeholders of the organisations.Theoretical details of this book have been divided into seven chapters which deals with Indian ethos and business ethics practices. First part of the book is really focused to the Indian ethos concepts like Nishkama Karma, Purushartha and the management lessons from Vedas, Mahabharata and Bible. The second chapter explains the contemporary approaches to leadership and stress management. Third chapter is regarding ancient education system in India. Fourth chapter is about values for Indian managers and influence of Gandhian philosophy in management. Fifth chapter reveals the theoretical background related to business ethics and ethical decision making. Sixth chapter explain about the Indian practices in corporate governance and corporate social responsibility. Seventh chapter deals with computer ethics and cyber security measures. Final part of this book includes case studies and question papers of previous university examinations. We have referred various books, journal and websites to collect variety of information about business ethics concepts. It will be suitable for the class room discussion and university examination preparation of MBA and BBA student of various universities. We are grateful to the authors and editors for their silent influence in this book and tried our best to include their names, book details, journal name and online sites’ address in the bibliography from my best knowledge.


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