For the survival and prosperity of any organisation, there should be perfect co-operation among all its employees. However, confidence or trust is an important aspect for such cooperation to be achieved among the personnel of an organisation. It is also to be realised that for such cooperation to be achieved, prior job experience becomes a prerequisite for managers in responsible positions.
|Hanuman with Mother Sita at Ashoka Vana in Lanka|
|Rama and Ahalya|
Likewise, subordinate employees should be able to repose full confidence in a superior manager to whom they report. In other words, there should be a similar sort of harmony (as that between Rama and Ahalya; and Sita and Hanuman) between the manager and his subordinates.
But in today’s world, the industrial and business organisations are in a state of chaos. The reason for this is that neither managers nor workers volunteer to assume any responsibilities, but only crave for rights. However, it should be remembered that only those who accept responsibilities with enthusiasm would be endowed with rights. Like God, man also has all powers in him, but he is not able to realise this truth. A manager who is keen on practicing Man Management and accomplishing organisational objectives should manage himself at the first instance.