Scientific Management, 182 pp, 2008 (English) 01 Edition
By: Vivek Deolankar
Product Details: Share this by email:
Scientific Management, refers to the application of this thinking pattern, used to successfully by the "pioneers of/Scientific Management" to develop solutions to managerial problems. "Predictions of the future...Read more
Scientific Management, refers to the application of this thinking pattern, used to successfully by the "pioneers of/Scientific Management" to develop solutions to managerial problems. "Predictions of the future are nothing but projections of the present," So, what kind of an economy will India has in 2067? Certainly not anything like the one, which our founding fathers had envisioned. Yes, they had dreamed of a developed, modern India. But their projections and their dreams were based on their present, the India of 1947. At time, India's riches lay in the past. Its present, after the ravages of centuries of colonial rule, was that of a poverty-stricken nation, struggling to come to grips with the ravages of partition, and a novel concept called democracy. Sixty years on, that potential is well on the way to being realized. India's present reflects a flawed image of India's future. Flawed, because it still needs to work out kinds in infrastructure, equitable development and managing growth, which have put some wrinkles into the mirror. But most of the probabilities, in terms of the odd ultra-modern tower or the odd stretch of world-class roads, would have become a certainty for the whole country. By 2050, India would have overtaken the US in gross domestic production and second only to China's. The Indian consumer will be one of the most sought after in the world. But the sheer scale of his demands will test not just India's, but the world's capacity. Even for basic like food, water and energy. The big differentiators would be democracy, and sustained reforms. China will undoubtedly be the world's most powerful economy but also the most feared. The progress should be calculated in terms of what has been left behind. What we have left behind are the mistakes of the past. What we take into the future is the certainty of a better tomorrow.
Other books by Vivek Deolankar
Recommended Books for you - See all
Rs. 500 Rs.334
You save: Rs.166
Vendor : Sumit Enterprises, Delhi
Free Shipping on all orders of Rs.500 and above. Add Rs.30 otherwise. | Delivered in 5 working days
(Cash on delivery available)
Be assured. 7 days Return & Refund Policy.