The Puzzle of Work – Joy – Evolution
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This book is authored by B Mahadevan, who is a Professor of Operations Management at IIM Bangalore, and N Karthik, who is a business strategy and policy advisor.
Key features of the book –
– The book provides practical insights based on Srimadbhagavadgita, demonstrating how to find joy in work and use it for self-improvement.
– It explores the idea that one’s spiritual journey starts by transcending work limitations and actively contributing to society through labour.
– The concept of achieving a state of “worklessness” is explained, offering complete freedom while fully engaged in work.
– The book effectively relates the teachings of the Gita to everyday life, emphasizing the importance of understanding work for creating a better world.
– Derived from lectures at IIM Bangalore by Professor B. Mahadevan, the book connects ancient wisdom to contemporary life, making it accessible to a diverse audience.
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About the authors:
B Mahadevan is a professor of Operations Management at the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, where he has been teaching since 1992. He was formerly the Vice-Chancellor of Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth, Kochi. He has more than 30 years of wide-ranging experience in teaching, research, consulting, and academic administration at IIM Bangalore and other reputed institutions. He is also one of the advisory board members of Vyoma Linguistic Labs Foundation.
Nagendra Karthik (N Karthik) is a business strategy and policy advisor. An alumnus of IIT Bombay, he has served as a Data Scientist in various organisations across domains. As a policy advisor, he was instrumental in formulating data-driven, revenue-neutral strategies to successfully implement the “Housing for All” policy. He also designed the capital appreciation and returns’ structure for private airports for them to be both profitable, yet affordable for the general public. He was one of the 30 Young Leaders under the age of 40 to represent India on a governance expedition to Israel. An ardent student of Vedanta and follower of Sanātana Dharma, he believes in an introspective approach within the wisdom of ancient Indians to solve current-day challenges.