Managing Abundance

Managing Abundance

The Ethics Paradigm

Pradeep Nevatia, Rahul Nevatia


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India’s rural BPO guru Pradeep Nevatia joins with New York-based hedge fund investor Rahul Nevatia to present the until-now abstract concept of abundance through an innovative managing by ethics (MBE) framework that uncompromisingly connects individual self to collective self in self sustained abundance beyond the hocus-pocus of scarcity. As against the card-carrying management by objectives (MBO) acquirement, the pioneering MBE paradigm sets human–nature co-existence as the basis to realize abundance, the source energy of all beings.

The ethics–abundance theme of this book could not be timelier for businesses to reconstruct their growth strategies for a sustainable future following the coronavirus pandemic. The industrial and financial engineering duo has leveraged their respective business turnaround and foot-on-the-gas-pedal backgrounds to thoroughly revamp the contemporary policy–goal deployment methodologies and make determined amendments to reconfigure several management processes in vogue to deliver sustainable business results in a meaningfully restructured leadership–fellowship relationship dynamic replacing the scarcity-driven everyday mill with natural rhythms of abundance.


Pradeep Nevatia:
Pradeep Nevatia, a pioneer of the rural BPO & CSR BPO business models in India and a former CEO, is an acknowledged business turnaround expert. He has earned degrees in mechanical and industrial engineering from BIT, Mesra, and NITIE, Mumbai. His interests include concept astrology, playing piano, and thought photography.|||Rahul Nevatia had stints with J P Morgan and Goldman Sachs in New York before bootstrapping his professional campaign from the high seas of hedge funds. Rahul holds degrees in aerospace, mechanical, and financial engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and Cornell University. Rahul also attended the Tuck Business Bridge Program at Dartmouth College.