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Jai Jyoti! Last night, my guru Maha Bhalananda instructed me in a dream to devote my life for the good of others. So this morning I took my fi rst step towards the light – and switched it on. From now on, I’ll follow three rules of thumb:
1. All lights and fans in my house will remain on till eternity (didn’t God say: “Let there be Light?”), helping me shed my
karmic load by paying mammoth electricity bills to a cash strapped government.
2. No baths: let my fellow beings get more than their share of water.
3. An open welcome to all creatures of nature who have nothing else to live on except other creatures. Mosquitoes, roaches,
and lice can feast on me, and make my journey to enlightenment that much quicker.
The need was to make an epistemological deviation and take the path of bounded rationality. Hence I decided to present a volume that would act as a postgraduate text that provides an insight into the rationalist philosophy of ethics. In the process my co-authors and I have given birth to a philosophy on sociology and a political economy of ethics and governance.
The point also being made in this research based argument is that Corporate Governance is NOT a matter of laws where regulators act according to certain regulations. It is not a matter of tick marking activity or allowing the lure of command and control, to give precedence to the process of administration over the purpose of administration. As the late Field Marshall Sam Maneckshaw had once quipped in a Board of Directors meeting “quit worrying about the form and start concerning yourselves with content”. In a way, it is something intrinsic – coming from within the ethical predisposition of the managers (decision makers and decision executors).
Dr. Sorab Sadri
Scams are very much alive and kicking so what is the solution ? The solution lies in the practice of good corporate governance according to Jorge E. Guerra who makes out a strong case for corporate governance in the following statement.
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Dr. Jayashree Sadri is a product of University of Mumbai, the SNDT Women’s University, Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies and JJT University. She is a Member of the All India Management Association, Member of the Institute of Training and Development, and a qualified Corporate Trainer who has published widely in the fields of HRM and Value Based Management. She has twenty-six years of administrative experience of which ten years were simultaneously and gainfully used in the pursuit of research and academic publication. She has been a Senior Visiting Faculty in several B Schools in Western India. At present she is Management Consultant in Human Resource and Business Ethics based in the Tri-city of Chandigarh-Mohali-Panchkula. She may be contacted on jayashree_sadri.@yahoo.co.in
Most of my friends think, I am in the business of Positive Thinking. And nothing can be further from the truth.
For one, I truly believe in the power of holistic thinking. The good, the bad and the ugly. And secondly, I use whatever is necessary to induce transformation including STRONG USEFUL NEGATIVE THOUGHTS.
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A lucid and simply worded argument has been posited by three well known Indian scholars. They argue that business excellence is possible only if ethics and governance is in place and is meaningful if it cascades into sustainability. In so doing they have made a singular contribution to the corpus of thought.
JECRC UDML College of Engineering, Jaipur
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