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Management Lessons From The Mahabaratha


wealthymatters1 Seize Every Opportunity : Look out for opportunities out side your scope of work. Never hassle yourself too much with the motive of defeating your competitor. Rather, invest all energies on a bigger goal ­ to add strength and power to your business.

wealthymatters 2.Win Allies: Five brothers won against a hundred.How do you think the Pandavas did that? The relationships they established over the years paid off. You may be busy focusing on your own growth at the present, but you must start reaching out to more people and making allies. They will push you forward when the time comes.

Mahararata3.Commitment:Keep It Strong.Once you’re up for a challenge,do not back out.Had the Pandavas fretted about being negligible in number in comparison to the Kauravas, they would’ve never even tried.Determination and commitment will take you a long way.

pandavas4. Know How to Build Team Spirit: The Kauravas were plenty in number but null in strength. Make your team work towards a single goal instead of personal ones.Take contributions from everyone. Hear everyone out; make them learn how to work with each other.

 

Mahabarata weapons5. Know Every Member’s Potential: If you’re going to manage a team, you better know what role they suit the best. The Pandavas knew how to harness energies from each man in their army. You should be smart enough to use your team’s ability and potential to the maximum.

 

Mahabarata6. Distribute Work: The more people you have, working towards different goals, the more efficient the output is going to be. One-man leadership strategy didn’t work for the Kauravas and there is no way it’s going to work for you.

mahabharata 7. Give Your Team Individual Goals: Allot individual goals to each team member. This will help build up enthusiasm and in turn, help you in the long run. Even though the Pandavas were working towards the same ultimate goal, they had individual roles in the battle too.

 

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