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May 04, 2005

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ray

In the NHS, there is less talk of management, more of leadership. The following link leads to a series of guides that can be downloaded as pdf files, or, if you work in the NHS, can be ordered for free. Not "buddhist" but a useful resource.

http://www.content.modern.nhs.uk/cmsWISE/Tools+and+Techniques/ILG/ILG.htm

Dharmavidya

Thanks Ray

mike samorn

my name is Mike samorn. I want to post my comments that what is the budhha as the leader? i means what kind of leader of the buddha is? please help me and tell me about that. thanks for your kind.

John O' Donovan

provocative and useful, please continue.

Vinod veer

Sir,
I am student of buddhist studies. I want to establish / link Tripitaka literature, with modern management studies. will any one help me in this regard.
I want to relate Vinaypitaka, sutta pitaka and abbhidhamma pitaka with Corporate governance, Social governance and global sectorial objectives respectivly. Please extend your viws on the same.
Regards.

Senadheera

I am attached to a buddhist academic library and would like to have literature which the students could use for their studies for the degree course. Please be kind enough to send me same early.

Thanking You,

Sencerely,

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Buddhism is a religion and philosophy encompassing a variety of traditions, beliefs and practices, largely based on teachings attributed to Siddhartha Gautama, commonly known as the Buddha.

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