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I had read about this book called Rajini’s Punchtantra which speaks about business and life management – The Rajinikanth way! I was always curious to know how Rajini’s punch dialogues were interpreted in this book. Got a chance to read this book earlier this week. Overall, the book lists 30 top punch dialogues from Rajini […]

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I have started reading a book called Startups That Work (10 Critical Factors That Will Make or Break a New Company) by Joen Kurtzman and Glenn Rifkin. It appears to be a good book but I will know as I proceed. Will write about it soon after I finish reading it (hopefully before the end […]

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Just finished reading this book called ‘The Agile Manager’s Guide To Extraordinary Customer Service’ written by Susan M. Gage. I am impressed – fully impressed about the fact that this book contains hundreds of different useful tips about customer service, all given in less than a hundred pages. In short, every page hasĀ  one or […]

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Got a chance to grab a copy of ‘The One Minute Manager’ by Kenneth Blanchard and Spencer Johnson. I feel this is one of the best books that I have read, which is written using words and terms that are easily understandable by the common man. This book recommends three simple One Minute principles One […]

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India 2020 Book Review

October 6th, 2011 · No Comments · Books

India 2020 – A Vision for the New Millennium, is a book written by Dr.Abdul Kalam and Prof.Y.S.Rajan. This is a book about Dr.Kalam’s thoughts on the vision and the steps recommended to help India grow into a developed nation by the year 2020. (If any one claims India is already a developed nation, please […]

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Click – What Millions Of People Are Doing Online (WMOPADO – my abbreviation to it) is one of the best books I have read on the topic of Search so far. Bill Tancer clearly shows the power of the search results that one can leverage to improve their marketing and hence provide what the audience […]

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As a part of learning something new everyday, I decided to brush up my skills on what used to be one of my favourite topics, House Of Quality. Six Sigma is a management principle followed in some of the leading fortune 500 companies such as GE and Motorola, which believe that repeatable processes are the […]

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As a part of my effort to understand what makes work more rewarding for every employee and helps improving employee – employer communication and expectations, I started reading a book which has an interesting title: Please Don’t Just Do What I Tell You – Do What Needs To Be Done I guess this summarises the […]

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I started reading this book called Motivating at Work by Twyla Dell about a month ago. I have now successfully completed reading and absorbing many of the useful concepts explained in this book. I had written about this book last month and was quite impressed with it. As I proceeded to read this book, I […]

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I got a chance to read Navin Gulia’s first book, ‘In Quest Of… The Last Victory’, which is yet to be released. Thought should write about it right away. Navin Gulia is one of the most courageous people I know who do their best for their country. Navin is the recipient of ‘Role Model of […]

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