Welcome to Vedic Management Center

Vedic Management Center is a comprehensive management training, mentoring, consulting and related services organization founded jointly by Dr David Frawley and U. Mahesh Prabhu. The word 'Vedic' comes from the word 'Veda' which in turn comes from the root Sanskrit word 'Vid' – meaning wisdom. Wisdom is that quintessential element we intend to introduce to prevailing management practices in a way as to achieve our objectives. We intend to bring radical, sustainable as well as ethical practices to our clients, students and mentees in a way as to work efficiently about all prevailing legal, ethical and professional norms.

Articles, Columns, OpEds and Blogs on Vedic Management

    Understanding the Start-up Funding Dynamics

    June 11,2017 / Vedic Management / 0 Comments

    The following column by U. Mahesh Prabhu was first published by Business Goa. There was once a widely shared belief among business fraternity: “You are worth nothing until you’re profitable”. Today this mantra doesn’t hold any water. For...

    Venture Funding: Expecting the Unexpected in Six Steps

    June 07,2017 / Vedic Management / 0 Comments

    The following article by U. Mahesh Prabhu was first published by Swiss Entrepreneurship Magazine To put any business idea in motion – funding is imperative. When scope of entrepreneur’s own money proves inadequate external funding, then,...

    Entreprenuerial Problem Solving in Six Steps

    June 07,2017 / Vedic Management / 0 Comments

    The following article by U. Mahesh Prabhu was first published by Swiss Entrepreneurs Magazine Let me start with an ancient Indian (Vedic) tale: Goddess of disease, went from village to village making people severely sick. However, in one village,...

    Manas: The Mind

    June 07,2017 / Vedic Management / 0 Comments

    Exclusive to Vedic Management Centre by U. Mahesh Prabhu Let me start with a Vedic tale: Long ago, there was a man who wanted to use supernatural powers as a means of getting quick success because getting success the ordinary way required lots...

    Wisdom tales: Helping the thankless

    May 29,2017 / Leadership Wisdom Tales / 1 Comments

    There once lived a man in a small village somewhere in Northern Gangetic Plain. Owing to his lethargic as well as careless attitude he would seldom keep any job. His family, owing to his joblessness, showed him no respect and in due time the man...

    Vidura's Colossal Wisdom

    April 12,2017 / Vedic Management / 0 Comments

    Exclusive to Vedic Management Center by U. Mahesh Prabhu Who's Vidura? According to Vyasa’s Mahabharata, Vidura was the half-brother to the kings of Hastinapura - Dhritarashtra and Pandu. His biological parents were Vyasa and Shudri, a...

    Vedic Management FAQs

    March 19,2017 / Uncategorized Vedic Management / 0 Comments

    Below are some of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Vedic Management, professed and propagated at Vedic Management Center (VMC) with answers from U. Mahesh Prabhu. Is Vedic Management, professed and propagated by Vedic Management...

    Vedic approach to critical thinking for effective decision making

    March 16,2017 / Uncategorized Vedic Management / 0 Comments

    Column by U. Mahesh Prabhu  Life is a series of decisions, some major and most minor. Time and the consequences of decisions are key factors when making any kind of choice. Ability to understand consequences of our decision before taking them is...

    Why Self-Management is a crucial missing essence in Management?

    March 14,2017 / Uncategorized Vedic Management / 0 Comments

    Exclusive to Vedic Management Center by U. Mahesh Prabhu Edited by Dharali Sharma. ‘There is no I in team’ we are often told in B-School. Yet, we do see how personal predicaments of one person can ruin the chances of a team’s success. When a...

    What constitutes the idea of abuse of Yoga?

    March 07,2017 / Uncategorized Vedic Management / 4 Comments

    Exclusive to Vedic Management Center by U. Mahesh Prabhu There is a system of “Yoga” wherein a woman lays down on a yoga mat without her bottom in a completely relaxed position, before a “trained person” who then massages her clitoris and...

    The Greatest Teachings of Vyasa’s Mahabharata

    March 06,2017 / Sanskrit Translations Uncategorized / 0 Comments

    Translated by U. Mahesh Prabhu “Look how creatures of the highest, middle as well as the lowest degrees are everywhere here enmeshed in grief because of their Karma (actions). Even my body though it seems ,at first glance by the Atman, is not me...

    Vedic Management and the Mind

    March 01,2017 / Uncategorized Vedic Management / 0 Comments

    Exclusive to Vedic Management Center by Dr David Frawley If we cannot manage our own lives, how can we manage other people? If we cannot manage our own minds, how can we manage our lives? Unless we understand the forces that we are setting in motion...

    Meaningless Education

    March 01,2017 / Leadership Wisdom Tales Uncategorized / 0 Comments

    A decent young man who had hydrophobia wanted to learn swimming without getting into the water. So he approached several swimming coaches. "There's no way you can learn swimming without getting into water." he was told. "But I can pay you..." he...

    Deeds versus Creed

    February 25,2017 / Leadership Wisdom Tales Uncategorized / 0 Comments

    Once, two friends were walking towards a brothel when they heard some people reciting Vedic hymns beautifully. "Come, friend," said the one to the other, "let us hear the wisdom of Vedas." So saying he went in and sat down. The second man peeped in...

    True Detachment

    February 23,2017 / Leadership Wisdom Tales Uncategorized / 0 Comments

    Long ago in a village somewhere in north India, a love story brewed between a young couple whose families were at loggerheads. Their love resulted in lust and eventually in a pregnancy. When the girl's father found out he demanded to know who was...

    Effects of attachment

    February 21,2017 / Leadership Wisdom Tales Uncategorized / 0 Comments

    A young lad in his twenties, frustrated with life, decided to take a vow of Sanyasa. He had nothing but loin cloths with him when he left for the woods to pursue deep meditation ,to practice Brahmacharya as well as Sanyasa - for the rest of his...

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