Innovation lessons from Indian philosophy in modern management

Symbiosis Institute of Business Management

In today’s rapidly evolving and competitive business landscape, companies are constantly seeking new and innovative ways to gain an edge over their competitors. While many organizations focus solely on technology and data to drive innovation, there is another source of inspiration that has been largely overlooked – Indian philosophy.

The rich history of Indian philosophy, dating back thousands of years, provides valuable insights and lessons that can be applied to modern management practices. From the principles of non-attachment and interdependence found in Buddhism to the holistic approach to life and work embodied in Yoga, Indian philosophy offers a unique perspective on how to foster a culture of innovation within organizations.

In this article, we will explore the key takeaways from Indian philosophy that can be used to promote innovation in management, from the perspectives of both a management institute and future management professionals. We will delve into the specific principles and techniques that can be applied in the workplace, and how they can help companies foster a culture of creativity and experimentation.

In this regard, Dr. Ramakrishnan Raman, Director of SIBM Pune would want to share an authored article on the topic – Innovation lessons from Indian philosophy in modern management

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