The Talent Sutra: An Indian Approach to Learning

The Talent Sutra: An Indian Approach to Learning

2014 | 224 Pages | ISBN: 9383064277 | EPUB | 1.6 MB

Saraswati is the goddess of knowledge in Hinduism, as well as in Buddhism and Jainism. Her name is derived from fluidity (saras) of the imagination. Human imagination enables us to invent and innovate, visualize, plan and de-risk. Yet imagination is a bad word in the world of business and management. It strips us of certainty. We want to control the imagination of those who work for us, prevent their minds from wandering from work. Yet every human being lives in an imagined reality. Recognizing this enables us to work with talent, build strong relationships and nurture people to face any situation with faith and patience. Failure to recognize imagination is why family-owned businesses are unable to manage professionals and how professionally-run companies end up creating ineffective mechanistic talent management systems. Training, learning and development, are not just about skills and knowledge and competencies, they are about appreciating the human-animal, recognizing that neither we nor those around us are programmable machines that we can plug and play. Managing people, hence relationships, is key to the survival of an organization. Hence, The Talent Sutra, a work derived from my book on Indian approach to business and management, Business Sutra, focuses on sutras related to creativity in the workplace, nurturing talent and the importance of teamwork.


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