To support the effectiveness and growth of Maharishi’s organisations.
To encourage in the Maharishi Organisations the most effective and ethical administrative practices, including:
- an organisational climate that welcomes bold inquiry, honest clarification, and critical thinking
- continuous self-examination as the basis of Continuous Improvement
- best practice in transparency and accountability
- full appreciation that success is dependent on achieving the optimum outcomes for all five stakeholders: customers/clients, members/shareholders, employees/volunteers, the public, and the environment.
Who are we?
IPMT is an independent international organisation chartered under the laws of New Zealand.
IPMT was founded by a group of Transcendental MeditationTM Teachers with broad experience in teaching TM and related programmes, and in operating TM Centres. Collectively, the founding members of the Institute have innumerable years of expertise in Maharishi’s technologies of consciousness and other professions: business management, information technology, marketing, manufacturing, education, science, and more.
We welcome participation by all who are dedicated to the success of Maharishi’s organisations.
What do we do?
We provide advocacy for individuals working in the organisations that operate under the aegis of GCWP. We also offer seminars, professional development, curated information resources, educational materials, problem-solving, marketing advice, and mentoring.
IPMT provides a resource of skilled professionals from various backgrounds.
IPMT and GCWP
Professionals such as doctors, engineers, and artists work diversely but come together to set standards. In that way we represent the common interests and group wisdom of our members.
Our stated aim is to maintain a cooperative and mutually beneficial relationship with GCWP. We recognize and honour GCWP as Maharishi’s specified management structure.
We look forward to a long and fruitful synergy.
Contact us if you want to know more about our work, or if you want to establish your own local chapter in your own country.