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On the Road to an Encyclopedic Schema of Ethical Management: A Concoction of Multifarious Vedantic Philosophies

International Journal of Business Ethics in Developing Economies

Volume 2 Issue 1

Published: 2013
Author(s) Name: Shivaji Banerjee, Shaunak Roy | Author(s) Affiliation: St. Xavier’s College, (Autonomous), Kolkata, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India
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Abstract

The past couple of chiliads have incalculably borne testimony to philosophical contemplation, which have steered the ethical practices of business and management. The presented content is thus, ingrained on the roots of the premise that values and ethics are as germane as skills for the effectual management of organisations. Globally competitive, domestically indispensable and sustainable are those enterprises, which in the long run nurture the seeds of pragmatic ethics and canonical human values. The authors engage in a scholarly discourse to put together a holistic perspective of Vedantic ethical vision, springing from the roots of the pietistic Bhagavad Gita, and in so doing, validate the practical relevance of these principles to the substantive realm of business. This would unequivocally unveil the depths of ethical behaviour, which in all societies is persisting in going to seed. Momentous acumens on the subject of an enriched business that focuses on altering the face of organisational culture, hence zeroing in on vaster expansiveness and ethical chastity have also been shed valuable light on. The pursuit of this goal by bureaucrats and policymakers embraces the key to integral ethicality and sustainability by living out the ‘nyay’ and the ‘niti’.

Keywords: Ethical Purity, Ethico-moral Behaviour, Nyay and Niti, Sustainability, Values and Ethics

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