Amidst modern complexities and riddles, executives and organizational heads face immense ethical dilemmas in their decision-making. Circumstantial adversaries pose unique challenge and threat to their conscience and leadership abilities. This book tends to address such dilemmas, threats and challenges in a rather systematic and elucidate manner. It attempts to construct perspectives that may find practical solutions to governance complexities and moral conflicts.
This is a book full of people, many of them who took part in a national seminar on Ethical dimensions of governance organized at India International Centre: executives, politicians, jurist, media people, medical practitioners, academicians and organizational heads. Those who were philosophically as well as emotionally interested in the inter faith debate and who believed in creating a synthesis of different belief systems on governance. So there is a mind of moral dialogue and deliberations that are captured by the authors. There are countless anecdotes, some humorous and some poignant, and they are fascinating also because such people have never been so exuberant in the public eye anyway.
Individuals who tend to establish good governance and deep down care ethical practices and human values would get enough impetus reading this book. It is also meant to benefit those who want to understand realities of governance and based up on that want to frame their own philosophy of work and life. This book would further be useful to students professionals who would like to learn the pit-falls of governance and there-upon set benchmark for their future endeavor. Nevertheless, if you are unhappy allowing your trinity (intellect, soul and heart) does the talking in the context of governance then this text cannot be recommended.