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Institute of Personnel Management Sri Lanka (IPM) was founded in 1959 by a small group of professionals with the objective of developing and promoting the profession of personnel management. The Institute was subsequently incorporated by an Act of Parliament in 1976, and its name was amended by Act No. 31 of 2018 as the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM). 

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Thursday, 13 June 2024 / Published in News

The Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM) in Sri Lanka launched a groundbreaking research project on June 11th, 2024, aimed at revitalizing leadership practices by drawing upon the ancient Buddhist philosophy of Dasaraja Dharma, the Ten Kingly Virtues. Recognizing the pressing need for ethical and effective leadership, CIPM seeks to develop a comprehensive leadership module based on these timeless principles.

Dasaraja Dharma encompasses virtues such as generosity, morality, sacrifice, honesty, gentleness, austerity, non-anger, non-violence, patience, and non-opposition. These values provide a framework for cultivating leaders who prioritize integrity, accountability, and the greater good. In a context where corruption and ethical lapses have marred the political and bureaucratic landscape, the relevance of Dasaraja Dharma is undeniable.

CIPM President, Mr. Ken Vijayakumar, envisions this initiative as a catalyst for positive change. By integrating the wisdom of Dasaraja Dharma into modern leadership practices, CIPM seeks to empower individuals and organizations to create a more ethical and effective leadership paradigm. This approach not only addresses the shortcomings of contemporary leadership but also contributes to the development of context-specific management models that resonate with Sri Lankan culture and values.

The research project has garnered significant support from CIPM members, academics, researchers, and invitees. Dr Yashoda Bandara, Senior Lecturer at Rajarata University of Sri Lanka, and Dr Rasika Priyankara, CIPM Member and Senior Lecturer at Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka, have been instrumental in driving this study forward, and their exceptional contributions have been pivotal to its success.

By embracing the timeless wisdom of Dasaraja Dharma, CIPM paves the way for a brighter, more ethical future for Sri Lanka, where leaders at all levels are committed to serving the nation with integrity and compassion. The CIPM initiative is poised to impact Human Resource Management, providing invaluable resources and training programs based on the research outcomes. Further, this research has encouraged CIPM Students & Members to explore integrating religious

philosophies such as Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism and Islam into modern management practices, ultimately leading to social-religious harmony and national development.

 

The Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM) in Sri Lanka launched a groundbreaking research project on June 11th, 2024, aimed at revitalizing leadership practices by drawing upon the ancient Buddhist philosophy of Dasaraja Dharma, the Ten Kingly Virtues. Recognizing the pressing need for ethical and effective leadership, CIPM seeks to develop a comprehensive leadership module based on these timeless principles.

Dasaraja Dharma encompasses virtues such as generosity, morality, sacrifice, honesty, gentleness, austerity, non-anger, non-violence, patience, and non-opposition. These values provide a framework for cultivating leaders who prioritize integrity, accountability, and the greater good. In a context where corruption and ethical lapses have marred the political and bureaucratic landscape, the relevance of Dasaraja Dharma is undeniable.

CIPM President, Mr. Ken Vijayakumar, envisions this initiative as a catalyst for positive change. By integrating the wisdom of Dasaraja Dharma into modern leadership practices, CIPM seeks to empower individuals and organizations to create a more ethical and effective leadership paradigm. This approach not only addresses the shortcomings of contemporary leadership but also contributes to the development of context-specific management models that resonate with Sri Lankan culture and values.

The research project has garnered significant support from CIPM members, academics, researchers, and invitees. Dr Yashoda Bandara, Senior Lecturer at Rajarata University of Sri Lanka, and Dr Rasika Priyankara, CIPM Member and Senior Lecturer at Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka, have been instrumental in driving this study forward, and their exceptional contributions have been pivotal to its success.

By embracing the timeless wisdom of Dasaraja Dharma, CIPM paves the way for a brighter, more ethical future for Sri Lanka, where leaders at all levels are committed to serving the nation with integrity and compassion. The CIPM initiative is poised to impact Human Resource Management, providing invaluable resources and training programs based on the research outcomes. Further, this research has encouraged CIPM Students & Members to explore integrating religious

philosophies such as Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism and Islam into modern management practices, ultimately leading to social-religious harmony and national development.

 

Chamari Athapaththu as our new Brand Ambassador!

The nation’s HR leader, CIPM Sri Lanka, has joined hands with Lankan cricket sensation Chamari Athapaththu as our new Brand Ambassador!

Revealed at our media conference on May 30, 2024, this exciting partnership aims to inspire resilient leadership and nurture national talent.

The event, held at CIPM Sri Lanka Premises, was a resounding success, attended by President Mr. Ken Vijayakumar, Executive Council Members, and other esteemed guests.

Join us in this transformative journey!

On May 31st, 2024, we witnessed the remarkable success of the 8th CIPM International Research Symposium. The flawless execution of all nine technical sessions, featuring over 80 research presentations both physically and virtually, underscored the dedication and hard work of our exceptional team. Managing a gathering of over 100 research scholars, presenters, and participants within such a short timeframe is indeed a commendable achievement. This success was made possible by the collective efforts of everyone involved. On behalf of the Standing Committee on National HR Data Hub with Research and Development Capabilities, we extend our profound gratitude for the continuous and immense support that made this symposium an unforgettable event. 

We were honored to have a distinguished head table, including the Chief Guest, the President of CIPM Sri Lanka Mr. Ken Vijayakumar; the Guest of Honour, Chief Operating Officer of MAS Holdings PVT Ltd. Sri Lanka Mr. Shakthi Ranatunga; Hon. Secretary Col. Saman Jayawickrama; Hony. Treasurer of CIPM Sri Lanka Mr. Priyankara Senevirathne; Vice President of CIPM Sri Lanka Mr. Priyantha Ranasinghe; Chairperson of the Standing Committee on National HR Data Hub with Research and Development Capabilities and Co-Chair of the Research Symposium Prof. Arosha Adikaram; and Co-Chair of the Research Symposium Dr. Dillanjani Weeratunga.

Thank you all for your unwavering support and participation. Let’s continue to drive excellence in research and development! 

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