MAHASHRAMAN and MANAGEMENT

Published: 25.09.2018
Updated: 26.09.2018

Management is the present day buzz. Management has become an integral part of our lives; we tend to acquire it through B-schools, books, life skill motivators or role models.

This article MAHASHRAMAN & MANAGEMENT outlines the effectiveness & efficiency of the mankind leader H.H. Acharya Mahashraman’s management. His Holiness began Ahimsa Yatra in 2014 with a goal to promote harmony, to escalate mortality & the movement of de-addiction. He is filled with compassion to achieve SMART (specific, measurable, actionable, realistic, time bound) goals. His life can be united well with various sectors of management to gain holistic approach.

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Sangha Nayak follows strategic approach to navigate the people in order to achieve individual, group & organizational goals. Terapanth Dharma Sangha is a family of more than 750 shadhu, shadhvi, saman & samani. From incarnation, education & their responsibility to uplift their lives he plans, organizes & evaluates all of them marvelously. Motivation, life enrichment, job rotation are practiced well to develop their personalities. Shrawak samaaj is also guided continuously to realize their ultimate goal. Good of all, betterment for all are the thoughts of Acharya Mahashraman.

TIME MANAGEMENT

Everyone has the same 24 hours in a day, yet often complain about limited time & unlimited work. Scripting, compiling and reviewing of the spiritual writings and beautifully articulating them in form of Dharma Granth and books, self progression towards moksha, knowledge enhancement of all are planned & exercised with conscious control of time spent on each activity to enhance productivity. Along with various tasks he reaches out the masses by foot covering over thousands of miles to guide them towards self transformation. All the activities on time & time for each activity is planned & carried out with perfection. The one who values each moment is enlightened, such a personality is Acharya Mahashraman.

RISK MANAGEMENT

Risk management was seen in relation with investment & finance. But in present dynamic environment it has become applicable to all spheres of life. This social reformer witnessed a risky situation due to the calamities in Kathmandu, where he had a choice to change his course by leaving Nepal to prioritize safety. But as it is rightly said, higher the risk, higher the returns, Acharya Shree was able to overcome the obstacles on his path by determination, courage & belief in core principles to accomplish his goal. An invincible determination can accomplish almost anything, such analyst is Acharya Mahashraman.

SELF MANAGEMENT

The most successful leaders are those who are excellent self managers. Despite being centre of the crowd, he takes responsibility for own behavior & well being. Continuously sitting in the same posture for hours unaffected by temperature, people & noise, he finds inner peace. Form the operational to the strategy regarding his work, diet, health & activities he manages himself calmly with a smile. His management about himself makes him a role model for many to follow. Self introspection of the truth to illuminate the world is followed by the illuminator Acharya Mahashraman.

The life of His Holiness Acharya Mahashraman is in itself a great school of management depicting principles applied in what seems like the most simple, subtle form yet delivering incredible outcomes. This of course comes with intense planning and analysis of every aspect within and outside making him a true management Guru.

Written by Jyoti Kothari

Biratnagar, Nepal

Date: 20.09.2018

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  1. Acharya
  2. Acharya Mahashraman
  3. Acharya Mahashraman’s
  4. Ahimsa
  5. Ahimsa Yatra
  6. Biratnagar
  7. Dharma
  8. Environment
  9. Guru
  10. Jyoti Kothari
  11. Kathmandu
  12. Mahashraman
  13. Moksha
  14. Resource Management
  15. Saman
  16. Samani
  17. Sangha
  18. Shrawak
  19. Terapanth
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