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Leadership in Management: A Dialectical Concept of Buddhism

Leadership in Management: A Dialectical Concept of Buddhism

–Mohan Khatiwada, PhD Abstract The stocks of management literature have served various interpretations of leadership. The essence of all these expositions reveals the fact that leadership is meant for the goal of achieving human endeavor through the process of influencing people. In this respect, the management has developed a number of leadership models to drive […]

Buddhist Leadership: The Path Leading to the Better Society

Buddhist Leadership: The Path Leading to the Better Society

Deepak Prasad Acharya, PhD Abstract The purpose of this paper is to describe Buddhist way of leading an organization to resolve the problems of the contemporary business world. Specific objectives are to identify key problematic issues of leading and offer recommendations to create better and harmless leadership culture. The Buddha preached non-violence and peace as […]

The Buddha’s Visit to the Kathmandu Valley

The Buddha’s Visit to the Kathmandu Valley

-Nutandhar Sharma, PhD Abstract Up to the mid-20th century, it had been believed that the Buddha has visited the Kathmandu Valley. But modern researchers of Nepalese history deny this due to lack of historical evidences. In order to draw a geographical picture, one shall carefully study the information and compare them with literature, history, monument […]