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31 May, 2013

‘The lectures seemed like dharma teachings’ – Hindustan Times

At ISB, I have learned effective ways of management in an organisation, and would tell other monks what those ways are and how they can be attained. Nowadays, many business schools provide good classes in the field of non profit. Particularly in my major, marketing and strategy, electives regarding CRM or marketing services were very helpful at my workplace, a Buddhist temple in Tokyo. As you know, a religious institution is not for profit, but has particular missions to fulfill. So fundamental strategies in business cases cannot be directly applied to its management. However, in terms of delivery of services, what we have to care about, is almost the same. I was also pretty much impressed with electives about leadership. The lecture by Prof Prasad Kaipa seemed like dharma teaching by a priest.

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