Why develop contributors?
Such an individual is able to lead a life of fulfillment and increasing self-esteem. As a reward, contributors are also more valued and honoured by others.
The ‘contributor ideal’ is integral to the Indian tradition, and alive in our society. Every organization has at least 5-7% of its individuals who are constantly striving to make a difference to themselves, their teams, their companies, their customers, and society at large.
But we need more contributors who are conscious of their contribution – in educational institutions, in the government, in corporates, and in society.
More contributors implies – projects that get completed on time and to cost, services which work efficiently, systems which are less corrupt, businesses which are efficient and conscious of their role in society, and a society which translates its resources and investment into real improvement in the lives of individuals.