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Basava Philosophy and its Relevance to Management - A Study

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  • Canara Bank School of Management Studies, Bangalore University, Bangalore, India

Abstract


Contemporary management is a multidisciplinary function, which is harmonized and integrated mutually, with varied disciplines. Aside organizations are open to learn from the historical evidences and experiences to enhance their performance in overall, also global organizations are making an effort to move on from ethnocentric cultural perspectives towards common cultures. In this regard, Basava Philosophy can contribute immensely towards efficient management practices, and this study is an attempt to establish the management perspectives from Basava Philosophy.

Keywords

Basava Philosophy, Work Culture, CSR, Kayaka, Dasoha.

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