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Coordination between staff and management must

EMINENT INDUSTRIALIST Deena Nath Jhunjhunwala said that better coordination between management and employees was a must for the success of any institution.

india Updated: Mar 21, 2006 23:59 IST

EMINENT INDUSTRIALIST Deena Nath Jhunjhunwala said that better coordination between management and employees was a must for the success of any institution.

He was addressing the inaugural function of a six-day quality improvement programme on ‘Knowledge Management’ for the teachers of AICTE recognised management institutes at Faculty of Management Studies in BHU.

“Never try to show your sub-ordinates inferior, give credit of your success to your sub-ordinates, one should always try to win the confidence of sub-ordinates, a manager should never get angry, should inculcate team spirit among each and every worker. Labour is the capital and exploit time and labour at optimum level,” Jhunjhunwala told the participants of the programme.
He said that the managers should win the confidence of their sub-ordinates and let them realise their potential and capabilities to get better results.

“An employee does not work for salary alone and therefore a good manager should always give proper respect to the sub-ordinates,” he added. He said that without knowledge there was no action and no result could be obtained without transforming knowledge into action. Jhunjhunwala said that the correct and optimum use of knowledge was ‘knowledge management’ and one should always apply the knowledge for a good purpose.

“There was lack of commitment and labour among the people otherwise not a single person could remain unemployed,” he said.

Programme coordinator Dr AK Agrawal welcomed the guests and introduced Jhunjhunwala to the participants.

Dean of Faculty of Management Studies, Prof HC Chaudhary presided over the function whereas Dr Ashish Bajpai proposed the vote of thanks.

About 20 management teachers from across the country are participating in the programme. Prominent resource persons who will address the teachers include Prof Pramod Pathak from Indian School of Mines (Dhanbad), Prof Banslal Bajpai from Lucknow University, Swami Chidanand from Krishnamurti Foundation (Varanasi).