10 Corporate and Project Management Lessons from Baahubali-2

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10 Corporate and Project Management Lessons from Baahubali-2

Hi,

As everyone is aware, Baahubali 2 has smashed all movie records in India. It is one of the wonderful creative works of our generation. Just like you, I was also awestruck with the movie. There are many awesome scenes in the movie which makes your jaw drop. Hats off to Rajamouli and his team for this visual treat.

After watching the movie, the logical person inside me spotted few management lessons from the epic story. This blog post is a result of that thought process. Here it is:

Lesson-1

Scene: Devasena practices hard by herself to master Bow & arrow.

Lesson-2

Scene: Devasena acts as a prisoner in Baahubali Part-1 and as a princess in Part-2.

Lesson-3

Scene: Pig Hunting Scene where Baahubali helps Kumaravarma.

Lesson-4

Scene: Devasena replies to the letter from Sivakami.

Lesson-5

Scene: Baahubali kills the person who misbehaved with girls/women.

Lesson-6

Scene: Baahubali is sent out of the palace. He lives with the common man and helps them by making their day to day job easier.

Lesson-7

Scene: Sivakami sends a letter to Devasena asking her to marry her son. She forgets to mention which Son it is!

Lesson-8

Scene: In the Climax, Baahubali will Promise his mother that he will throw the villain in the fire bed before she completes 3 rounds. And, he does it too!

Lesson-9

Scene: Devasena is arrested and handcuffed even before she is proven guilty as per the rules of the kingdom.

Lesson-10

Scene: In the Climax, the head of the statue is washed away in the water and thrown out in a big waterfall.

Bonus Lesson

Scene (Baahubali-1): Sivakami sacrifices her life to save Baahubali.

11-Bonus

Hope you enjoyed. Share your favorite lesson in the comment section and remember to share this blog post with your friends.

About the Author: I’m Karthee Vidya, who loves volunteering and helping children. I have quit my corporate job and doing full-time social work now. Read ‘My Giving Journeyhere.

I’m also the Founder and First Volunteer of Team Everest NGO. We promote volunteering and provide quality education to children who could not afford it. To join as a volunteer, sign up here or WhatsApp with your name to +91 89399 12365.

I love connecting with people.

Let’s be friends on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.

Note: All pictures used in this blog post is taken from Baahubali official site or from Google Images. The ownership and credits for the pictures belong to respective owners only.
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48 thoughts on “10 Corporate and Project Management Lessons from Baahubali-2

  1. Nice 👍👍👍
    Another lesson I thought is – Kingdom fight between Baahubali and bahalavdeva… Few ppl think only about promotion, so they will do all politics… But few are work for their best contribution to projects and least bother about promotion and even they didn’t get. They find a way to do their best (as how Baahubali lives with village ppl)

    1. Wow what a fantastic message share with us karthee.Simply you doing great job as a volunteer.. WE REALLY CANNOT FORGET YOU…. My heartily whishes to you and your team Everest.. Srinivasan…

  2. Superbbb! Loved the way u have drawn parallels with corporate life. Very well analysed…AWESOME Karthee !!! Just like the amazing work that u do 👌👌👌

  3. Great Movie review by comparing with corporate culture.
    One more which I have noticed is that Bhalla always focussed to destroy Bhahuballi and wants everything on hand without any hardwork.
    In corporate culture each individual should have heathly competition

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