Management is a key driver of the mass psyche today. Time management, team management, Fiscal management, relationship management, career management – thus life moves on for each thinking human being on the planet. But this template of management has brought in its own woes of stress, anxiety, psychosis and other host of sicknesses and diseases. Modern research is exploring the path of Vedic Management which pivots on the concept of a holistic living, rooted in Universal compassion and care. This paper explores the concept of Vedic Management with thrust on modern management principles in combination with the Vedic wisdom of life regulation.
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