RELEVANCE OF KAUTILYA'S ARTHASHASTRA IN MODERN MANAGEMENT
Keywords:Arthashastra, Planning, Leadership, Management, Organization, Governance, Decision Making
Kautilya's Arthashastra, an ancient Indian treatise on governance, economics, and statecraft, holds significant relevance in modern management. This research article explores the enduring principles and insights from the Arthashastra that can be applied to contemporary management practices. By analyzing Kautilya's ideas on leadership, organizational structure, strategic planning, human resource management, and ethics, this article highlights the timelessness of his management philosophy and its potential contribution to modern managerial thought.
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