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Count Your Chickens Before They Hatch
Return to Book Page. Theory In Management by Arindam Chaudhuri. Shri Vasant Sathe, senior politician, speaks We need geniuses like Arindam to take this country out of the current state of confusion. He is also the founder of the Planman Group which has business interests in Consulting, Media and Entertainment and the Editor-in-Chief of The Sunday Indian-the only news magazine in the world that comes chuadhuri in 14 languages.
His public seminars on Leadership are a rage with thousands attending them. Since he has been annually presenting a much-wanted ‘Alternative Budget’ programme on TV, on the day before the budget is announced. He is also the founder of the charity, Aurobindo Chaudhuri Memorial Great Indian Dream Foundation, which works in the areas of health,education and employment.
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May 09, Manoj Arora rated it liked it. A simple and motivating narration from Arindam on how to manage people and organisations well. Learn to listen to your team 3 Be not afraid of growing slowly, be only afraid of standing still 4 People are an organisation’s only sustainable competitive advantage.
Jun 28, Anugrah Nagaich rated it liked it. Dec 11, Sunil Parashar rated it did not like it Shelves: Worst book i’ve ever read. Mar 20, Saffin Mathew rated it liked it. The ideas chauhduri a mix of what you find in many books on management. Some pages are repetitive. What I really enjoyed is the Theory ‘i’ management, which is an Indian people centric style of management. It really makes sense to develop and practice a style of management that takes into haych the Indian psychology and leads people accordingly.
Jan 26, Regi rated it it was ok. The first ever management book which I started, managed and completed reading. Thanks it had only pages. I claim it as my first non-story book If the below one is not counted. I crossed pages two times and still it is in my reading list. I have lent this book to my colleague.
Count Your Chickens Before They Hatch: Theory In Management
He too expressed his discomfort in reading such kind of books. Knowledge is sometimes boring for people like Oh My God! Knowledge is sometimes boring for people like me who loves fantasies more than anything else. I have liked his page in facebook without knowing about him. And also, I re-called the newspaper ads, where I saw his face frequently. My friend who was from IIPM has dislikes towards his books as they as students, were forced to read his books. The book was moderately well.
Since few pages were new to me. I read this book with josh at few places and slept when I felt like too much theory. I always wanted to manage my own company and I have an urge to become an entrepreneur. I was searching If this book could give out some tips on this.
The answer was no. The book is well suited for people working in organisation. And one could ascertain that each one of us has got a Management style of our own. I could feel that the gap of not pursuing MBA could be filled by reading management related books.
But as per Chaudari’s theory i management, there is no seperate theory to be followed. Its me, I and my art of management. Jan 05, Sidharth Vardhan rated it liked it Shelves: The feel-good part is not worth the salt but the subsequent works are incredible.
It is a fast read, yet it visits several important subject; keeping language light-handed and at times humorous. The sections on management bring the old school principles like communication and motivation but within entirely new approaches. The best part, for me, though was reserved for the end; where need for an Indian theory of management is raised.
Nov 23, Geo Raju rated it did not like it. Sep 08, Anil Menon rated it liked it.
Interesting only in the beginning. However, 12 years back this book would have been very very interesting Perhaps there are some gud example of how we can recover from the current dollar crisis if this ‘I’ principle could be really used to our best advantage.
Jan 09, Vamshi rated it did not like it. I hate that I read this book! Jan 13, Bhargavi rated it did not like it.
Read this a decade ago. Utter waste of time! Sep 24, Medichelme Himasairaj rated it really liked it. You’re pursuing a Master degree in Business Administration or. Feb 24, Swarna rated it it was amazing.
May 10, Gautam Mohan rated it liked it. Really fascinating and introduces i-theory to readers which talks about Indian style of management Oct 05, Amandeep Singh rated it it was ok. All i learned from this book was about Che Guevara. Now he is my inspiration too. Feb 26, Sv Kapur rated it it was ok.
It is a good book and even better if one implements the lessons taught by arindam. Aug 10, Prakash Raman rated it really liked it.
It’s a good book with many sections emphasising passion is the real driver. Dec brfore, Sambasivan rated it it was ok. Simple and simplistic views. Found a bit repetitive too. Sep 05, Rohit rated it liked it.
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