Bhagvad Gita Says . There are 3 types of People.

  1. Karma Yogi
  2. Bhakti Yogi
  3. Gyan Yogi

Both Karma Yogi and Bhakthi Yogi people are doing something based on an input.

For example, Karma yogi do a task based on an input accepting results whatever it may are. And Bhakthi yogi do a task having a faith in God that God will take care of him in all circumstances.

But Gyan Yogi is not Just Doing. They don’t worry about both Input and Output and believe rest will be taken care by God.

They search purpose of his Life in his being.

They do the task appreciating the work force and searches purpose of his life in his being which radiates energy, love, compassion, healing and empathy.

Like a Gyan Yogi , Marketing leaders must understand and appreciate the work force and be empathetic towards the customer.

The Whole universe is interconnected and interdependent.

Bhagavad Gita advises that we must honour the principle of mutual dependence.

Can a Marketing Department imagine selling a product unless product is provided by the manufacturing department without defect?

Can Manufacturing department meet the emerging needs of the customer unless R&D department gives proper input?

Marketers need to honour the principle of Mutual Dependence to be successful.

The organization should also should not put the whole blame upon marketing, if the product could not be picked up in the Market.

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