5. WHY MANAGEMENT NEEDS HOLISTIC APPROACH?: Importance of Holism in Different fields
A lively debate has run since long (the end of the 19th century) regarding the functional organization of the brain. In this connection, it can be recalled that the concept arrived in holism was different at that time. As per this, the holistic tradition maintained that the brain was a homogeneous organ with no specific subparts whereas some of the researchers argued that the brain was organized in functionally distinct cortical areas. Each has specialization to process a given type of information or implement specific mental operations. For instance, cerebral cortex consists of thinking, ethics and creative characteristic. At the same time, cerebellum part of the brain follows the principle stability of the quality (Guna). The investigation describes briefly the functional aspects of different part of the brain which can be explored for the development of managerial function.
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