Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM Ahemdabad) has lately launched a web-based management course – Understanding Bhagavad Gita. The course will present methods to advertise moral administration practices according to the enterprise mannequin taking reference from the Bhagwad Gita texts, the institute mentioned.
The programme is meant for professionals and aspiring learners who would wish to study administration methods in decision-making, management, motivation, technique planning, negotiation, persuasion and constructing groups. A minimal of 5 years of labor expertise is obligatory to use for the course. The registration course of is open until November 29 and a price of Rs 64,000 is payable for the course.
“The programme will be delivered in a live online format over the Zoom platform from December 13 to 22 from 6 pm to 9 pm considering the working schedule of the participants. The two weeks long programme will have six sessions per week,” Krishna Dhamecha, Executive-Education IIM Ahmedabad shared.
The key areas to be coated through the programme contains values and moral classes from Bhagavad Gita, understanding behavioural orientation, management excellence, and self-management specializing in excellence and happiness.
“At the end of the programme, a Certificate of Participation will be awarded to the participants by IIM-A to all those who fulfil the requirement of 100 per cent attendance. The programme will be chaired by Prof. Sunil Maheshwari who will guide the participants on the implications of Bhagwad Gita in the corporate world,” Dhamecha shared.
IIM Bangalore professor Madhavan B, who has penned an article titled ‘Leadership lessons from Bhagwat Gita’, mentioned, “In several chapters in the Gita there are interesting references to the quality of leadership. If we carefully analyse them three interesting ideas emerge. These include — strong need to lead by example, importance of developing a high degree of equanimity and understanding the principle of mutual dependence. One of the issues that Lord Krishna emphasises to Arjuna is the issue of leadership.”