Dr. Subhash Sharma

 

 

 

 

 

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The following are impressions and reactions of professional colleagues and others with whom author shared his academic work. These also include spontaneous reactions of research scholars and others who sent a communication at their own initiative after reading the articles in journals.

"… I have gone through the book Quantum Rope. Prof. C.V.Raman was talking about Science & Religion. He was a Physicist and also was deeply rooted in our Vedic culture. I had a science background and got interested in Spirituality. Science and Mysticism was the talk of many others – Now Dr. Sharma added one more factor – Management to thinking. Chapter 3 (East West Remote Connectivity) impressed me most. While reading I felt as if I was talking. In Chapter V (Kaun-tvam: OSHA Model for Behavioural Analysis) the OSHA model impressed me since I dwelt a lot on Thrigunateeta. Surpassing sattvik, rajasic, tamasik gunas and roping in management into the matrix is a new approach".

- Dr. D.V.Ramana Rao
Retd. Professor of Chemistry, National Institute of Technology, Rourkela

 

"… Subhash Sharma in his famous book "Western Windows and Eastern Doors" rightly points out that the basis of India is confluencism".

- P.Hariharan
The Dream of a Universal Management System, GITAM, Vishakhapatnam (From Internet)

 

"Thanks for your article on “Management Ideas in Arthasastra”. I have gone through the same and got quite a lot of valuable insights into the Book that I am studying". 

- Radhakrishnan
Atma Darshan, Mumbai

 

“Received with thanks your paper on K theory (Enlightened Leadership in Indian Ethos: The way of the Theory K, Management and Change, January – June 1998). It is a wonderful conceptual framework".

- Dr. D.Dutta Roy
Psychology Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata

 

"Thanks for sending your recent articles on Knowledge Management (KM) and Forward Engineering. I appreciate your original and very different approach towards KM".

- Prof. M.P.Jaiswal
Management Development Institute, Gurgaon

 

"Thank you very much for sending me two reprints of your paper one on Leadership and a second on Knowledge Management. It is very nice to have as you do, the energy and conviction to pursue your ideas and put it across to an ever widening audience…"

- Prof. R.C.Sekhar
Professor Emeritus, T.A.Pai Management Institute, Manipal

 

"Thank you very much for the copy of your article published in Decision (Sharpening & Strengthening the Knowledge Competence of Corporates: Knowledge Management in Enterprise Context). It is really very interesting and thought provoking".

- Prof. A.S.Abani
South Gujarat University, Surat

 

"I happened to read an article titled 'Mind Colonization to Mind Liberation and Beyond: Unleashing Creativity and Creative Potential (Southern Economist: May 1, 2001)' from a colleague of mine, Dr. Tripathi of MANAGE to be precise. Your paper is very interesting and refreshing for its originality in thought content. Reflecting on the topic, I tend to feel that Mind colonization is not confined to the West upon the East or India in particular; Mind colonization has occurred every time a powerful dynasty had invaded another country, occupied it and pushed down the throat of its 'subjects' its own culture".

- Dr. P.Vyasamoorthy
Consultant – Documentation, MANAGE, Hyderabad

 

"While thanking you for sending reprint of your paper 'Corporate Gita: Lessons for Management, Administration and Leadership', published in Journal of Human Values (5:2, 1999). To my mind, you have proved your potential and worth of a modern ambassador of Lord Krishna for preaching Bhagwad Gita in your contributions. I pray to Lord Krishna for you, making rapid strides in this great task of making people aware about the implications of this great treatise on welfare economics".

- Dr. M.M.Goel
Kurukshetra

 

"I read with interest your article 'Corporate Gita: Lessons for Management, Administration and Leadership' appeared in Journal of Human Values, July-December 1999. In this context, I wish to state that my line of research in ‘Personality, Motivation and Work Ethics’ is mainly in the light of teachings from the Gita. I found your article very inspiring and relevant".

- Ms. S.Bhooma
Research Scholar, University of Madras, Department of Commerce, Chennai

 

"I must congratulate you for contributing such an excellent article 'Radical Change Management' for publication in Vol.6, No.1, Jan-June 2002 issue of Paradigm".

- Dr. Ramesh C Gaur
Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad

 

"Thank you very much for sending me your article entitled 'Character Competence of the Corporation' (Journal of Human Values, July – December 2002). It is indeed an intriguing reading, furthers the existing knowledge of corporate ethics".

- Prof. Anup K Singh
Director, Nirma Institute of Management, Ahmedabad

 

In response to the article, ‘Unfolding of a Holistic Vision of the World: Towards New Directions for Development of Management Thought’, Global Business Review, Vol.5, No.2, July – December 2004.

I can already see the walz of triadic ideas – typical Subhash”.

- Dr. Daniel Albuquerque
Goa Institute of Management, Goa

 

"It was my fortune that I was able to read your article 'Intellectual Property Rights and Social Discourse: Frameworks of Analysis to Protect Traditional Knowledge and Folklore Wisdom' published in the Southern Economist, May 1, 2004 issue. It is definitely a different way of looking at the mundane and often hackneyed expression of IPR. It is a relief to read an article that looked at more in-growth notions like folklore and traditional knowledge, not in the usual militant manner of protections, but in the philosophic style of clarification. Please accept my sincere appreciation for this article".

- Mr. G.Narasimha Raghavan
Research Scholar, PSG College of Arts & Science, Coimbatore

 

"You may be surprised to receive this letter from a strange and distant friend. I happen to read through your paper 'Indian Society-2004: Matrix and the Circle', in Southern Economist of August 15, 2004. I am glad to say it is a very comprehensive paper and highly innovative and dynamic in its vision and paradigm. I am immensely impressed by it. The paper attempts to, perhaps for the first time, present a moving vision of Indian Society, starting from Nehruvian vision to new age vision, with all its synergies and negergies. Please do accept my hearty congratulations for your precious paper".

- Dr. G.R.Krishnamurthy
Director, Transformational Institute for Managerial Excellence (TIME), Mangalore

 

"Thank you very much for the reprint of your recent article from the Journal of Human Values. You have covered a very vast ground in the same and it needs very deep reading. My first reaction is that you are successful in reformulating ancient concepts using the modern measures and metric used in management. It is a wonderful contribution".

- Prof. M.J.Xavier
Dean-ACME, Chennai

 

"I received your article titled 'Space Time Consciousness: Towards a Speculative Convergence of Science & Spirituality'. It is a very interesting, informative and innovative article. This is high time for synthesis of science and spirituality and your article is a right step in this direction".

- Dr. S.R.Verma
Reader, Department of Physics, D.B.S. (PG) College, Dehra Dun

 

"Thanks a lot for sending me a copy of your article on 'Corporate Rishi Leadership Model'. I have gone through its contents and found very educative, interesting and visionary. It really explores & exposes India's ancient heritage to the corporate world".

- Dr. S.B.Singh, IES,
Joint Director (Prod), Directorate General of Electronics & Mechanical Engg., New Delhi

 

"… I greatly appreciate the Indianization of the various thoughts and putting the spiritual dimension in the models described in your article 'A Brief History of History: Some Models of History and Lessons for Leadership and Management', published in Journal of Human Values. It is a useful reading’’.

- Prof. Vidhu Shekhar Jha
Associate Professor, Corporate Strategy & Operations Management
International Management Institute, New Delhi

 

"In response to ‘A brief History of History: Some Models of History and Lessons for Leadership and Management’, Journal of Human Values, July-December 2005’. I am happy to learn that you are still active on your pursuit towards investigation into spiritual and philosophical issues. I would say, with my limited knowledge, that your paper is just wonderful. I think you must go on writing on new themes to entice and tickle intellectual communities in India".

- Prof. V.Mukunda Das
Director, School of Communication and Management Studies, Cochin

 

 

"I am greatly impressed by your article on ‘Management Thought, Social Discourse and Management Education: Towards Developing Holistic Professional’, Indian Journal of Training and Development, April – June 2005’ on Holistic Management which appeared in the Indian Journal of Training and Development journal April-June 2005. This concept needs to be developed further. I trust you and other like minded persons will pursue it and make a significant contribution to the practice of management".

- S.Balachandran
Management Consultant, Mumbai

 

"Leadership Models for the New Global Age: Towards Corporate Rishi and Corporate Sage" (SCMS, Journal of Indian Management, January-March 2005) is an excellent paper. Congratulations for this creative contribution. The 5K model and new leadership grid are thought provoking and timely. I believe corporate houses may think of applying these concepts for the sustainability and growth. Theory T gives flexibility to the management in the global context".

- Dr. R.P.Banerjee
Dean-Academics & Professor of Finance & Ethics, EIILM, Kolkata

 

Editorial comment on the paper, Quantum States of Mind: Ordinary Perception to Extra-Ordinary Perception, Psychological Studies, January 2005.

“A similar struggle to evolve a higher order theory is visible in the paper by Sharma. By positing quantum states of mind he has outlined a perspective that moves from division through D-vision (intuition) to Divine vision (direct vision). His analysis of extraordinary perception (EOP) is fascinating”.

- Girishwar Mishra
University of Delhi

 
 

 

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