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What matters is how well you play when you’re playing badly. Took me a while to finish it. And, besides being a trove of practical wisdom, ‘Way’ presents a broader study: It does lack research and picks up very focussed group of people across chapters. The second area where the book lags is that the ideas start sounding repetitive in the later chapters. It is in these passages that the book excels.
Sports meets biz
But sadly, I’d much rather prefer watching Harsha Bhogle as a commentator than read his book. This kind of interaction is a common sight during football or soccer matches, and the sport guide scores no less than ten for it brings to dinning the challenges faced by the managers, the remedies for successfully dealing with the intense moments, the player handling mechanisms, the importance of team work, the skills to be wimning by a team player and lastly, the challenges which emerge from the role or responsibilities.
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The Winning Way blends the field of pure management and Cricket together and tells us how both are inter-related with each other. Some of these make for candid, and counter-intuitive, analysis. May 01, A. Dick Fosbury comes to mind immediately.
th Breathtaking insight on management and leadership skills are up for grabs in this read for the bookworms. They assist readers focus attention on identifying the essentials in ideologies that help relate sport to the managerial ways.
That is why 3 stars!! Let me tell you, no matter what – HUL has earned money by fooling Indians, by selling products full of chemicals and it is same with Colgate, and these people endorse such bullshit organisation same as the Bollywood knuckle heads do. There are a few sections which felt lengthy or repetitive, but at the end, you can have a lot of take aways from the book, especially if you are reading it in Kindle – thanks to highlights.
Skilling the youth — using their bhhogle A multi-stake partnership to equip adolescents and youth for the job market is taking shape, with Unicef as Learnings from sport for managers, have done well to keep the description short and to the point. Harsha is, of course, an enchanting raconteur, and given the access that the Bhogles had to titans in both sports and business, the book commends itself.
It’s good in terms where there is an analogy between sports and real life problems. May be I was expecting way more. The authors strike a chord on importance of gauging and putting into good effect the ability of an individual or a team, encouraging teams refine their attitude, and helping individuals or teams perform passionately.
The Winning Way: Learnings from sport for managers by Anita Bhogle
Its a very short book and vhogle will finish it within a week. Though the book is targeted towards managers, this is a delightful read for anyone wining want to get behind the insights and mindsets of the hwrsha players in The Winning Way is a well-researched book filled with numerous real-life examples in the past both from corporate world as well as sports arena, on what constitutes a winning team.
Mar 10, Akash Parakh rated it liked it. The winning way beautifully blends the learnings from sports and business and serves beautiful management recipe. He draws parallels between the business world and the world of cricket. Some interesting incidents in the world of sports did grab my attention. His examples are perfect and very easy to understand. I liked the language in which the authors have described the events wzy examples.
And maybe it served a very good purpose that way. The whole book is no Harsha Bhogle tries to draw analogies between sports esp Cricket and business, how leaders solving problems in their respective sport can be used in a business scenario.
Ultimately, the book’s concepts, observations, and insights are broad enough to be employed in nearly any enterprise, from the marketplace to the home to romance, all the way to one’s personal affairs and innermost psychology.
Oct 27, Jatin Singh rated it liked it. It seemed as if to prove the point a story was picked rather than the other way round where story forms the basis of an insight. Most importantly, he talks about analyzing successes, not just failures.
Overall a satisfactory read. The author jumps like a horse on a chessboard with his writing style. The pace is good and each chapter is witten meticulously and intimidate you to read it in one go.
It might still work, but it is not necessary that it will. Are Ayushman Bharat rates out of sync? Good book read about how to handle situations which come across our professional life and how to manage teams.
Overall a must read for everyone. Refresh and try again. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
The Winning Way: Learnings from sport for managers
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Unilever soul will enjoy the sync between the book and the corporation. The eloquence with which Harsha speaks comes out in the written word as well.
May 23, Rohit rated it did not like it. This pages book has many things to say which can definitely make you look things at qay from bigger perspective.