Emanating from the belief in innate divinity, basic goodness and intrinsic altruism in human beings, Remaking Ourselves, Enterprise and Society argues that the way out of the present day crises of values is to remake ourselves as human beings. Drawing upon Indian ethos, philosophy and culture, the book offers the Spandan Spectrum of Human Values, and its 3D Process of Diagnosis, Discovery and Development, as a means of such a remaking process. This leads to management and organizations developing sensitivity to the needs of others. When such sensitivity becomes integral to its work ethic and culture, an organization is able to temper its commitment to task with humanity and it becomes functionally humane. Experience suggests, not surprisingly, that organizations that can achieve this optimal balance between results and relations achieve higher employee commitment and productivity and increased accommodative spirit that better equips them to deal with difficult times.
Number Of Pages: 286
Published: 31st January 2014