New Age Business Ethics and Cleaner Business Culture – The Role of 'Spiritual Quotient'

  • V G Sarangan Dean (HR & Training), Sri Chandrasekarendra Saraswathi Viswa Maha Vidyalaya (SCSVMV) University, Enathur, Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu
  • Muthu Krishna V MBA Student, IIIT Gwalior (ABV-IIITM) and Former Quality Consultant at Ford Technology Services India, Chennai
  • Ekambareswaran Jeyaraman Lead IT Operations, Ford Technology Services India (FTSI), Chennai
Keywords: Business Ethics, Cleaner Business Culture, 'Spiritual Quotient'


An effective Business leadership is needed to focus on Spiritual Quotient as equal to the other facets of managerial commercials in the fast changing business dynamics. In a world filled with uncertainty, mad fervors, fuming materialistic pursuits, burning ambitious jealous and high pressure on task completions with least importance to values and ethics, morality focused management play the key role in getting global leaders back to the track of 'being humane'. Market driven economy is reliable only when it has accommodation in ample space for spiritual policies and practices. Many psychological researches and proven
examples state the superior outcomes with integrated emotional, spiritual and intellectual quotients in Business Models. Unified intelligence, spirits, values, hopes, gratitude, ethics and intersection of loyalty scores, corporate social responsibility, corporate accountability and strategic governance in a successful business is at the spiritual consensus, far from the reach of pseudoscience-fantasies. This paper discusses on the secular scope of value driven corporate with maximizing the business parameters and returns in a spiritual quotient managed work culture. Eastern world has always spoken very high on the performance oriented cleanliness and a gentle business where both the sides of transactions stay happy and profitable! Mad-raced capital economy has brought a greater importance on the process of reaching and implementing socio-spiritual values blended with philosophical genre to have more humane regulatory
policies in improving the ethical culture of money-making and enhanced decision making skills of the corporate.