IIM Kozhikode Society & Management Review has come out with its latest issue on the theme Globalizing Indian Thought guest edited by Prof Joffi Thomas and Prof Radhakrishna Pillai.
“What does ‘Globalizing Indian Thought’ mean in the context of management research and practice? Is there a distinct management style as ‘Indian way of management’ in practice as there is Western style of management developed during the industrialization age and Japanese style of management, which received global attention during 1980s? Or, is there a possibility to develop a distinct management style rooted in Indian culture, traditions and values that can address the management challenges offered by a turbulent environment in an increasingly globalized world, as the Japanese style of management evolved? These questions have begun to be raised by management researchers in the Indian context beginning in 1980s and more so in the last decade. Some answers or evidences are also beginning to emerge from management practice as well as research. (Excerpts from the Editorial)
Click here to access the issue online.
The past issues of the journal are listed below.
- July 2014 (Vol 3, No:2). Theme: Decentralized Energy and Environment Management
- January 2014 (Vol 3, No:1) Theme: Globalization and Culture: Issues and Perspectives
- July 2013 (Vol 2, No: 2) Theme: Econophysics: Perspectives & Prospects
- January 2013 (Vol 2, No: 1) Theme: Enhancing India’s Competitiveness in the Global Scenario
- July 2012 (Vol 1, No: 2) Theme: Education in Contemporary India: Research and Reflections
- January 2012 (Vol 1, No: 1) Theme: General Management