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Gruesome Tales Of Murder

The book serves as a useful reminder that many of the cases that shocked our conscious could have been avoided by better vigilance

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The State Of The Indian Universities

The author begins his book with a deep dive into the purpose of education and a query as to how well it is served by the current higher educational institutions.

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Book Review: The Anticipatory Organization: Turn Disruption and Change into Opportunity and Advantage

In this uncertain world, Futurist Daniel Burrus’s pathbreaking book The Anticipatory Organization comes a welcome respite from the tensions and stresses of forecasting into the foggy future where established practices such as strategic planning are not working

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Towards Creating A Perfect Leader

The authors’ attempt to link leadership development to Manthan, as a process of deep, inner churning for self-realisation and introspection, to attain intrinsic development, is truly commendable

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Book Review: Punishing The Powerful

The book is an indictment of what the US Justice Department has become. But it also offers a picturesque portrayal of the challenges of law enforcement that could be just about any department anywhere

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Turning Human Goals into Business Goals

Yunus warns that rising wealth inequality could give rise to social unrest, political polarisation and increasing tensions between groups

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To Learn From The Best

Brightest Investment Minds gives you the same experience, as enriching as having tête-à-tête with five leading and iconic investment managers of India – Sankaran Naren, Raamdeo Agrawal, Prashant Jain, Mahesh Patil’s and Nilesh Shah

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The New Wave Of Technology

Author Abhijit Bhaduri takes readers through a tour of the new corporate world, increasingly taken over by a tsunami of technological innovations in his book ‘The Digital Tsunami’

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Book Review: Serve And Govern

While the book is not in the same league as Unfinished Innings by former Union home secretary Madhav Godbole who resigned in March 1993, 18 months before his term was to end (after the demolition of the Babri Masjid in 1991), it does give a peep into the inner workings of our babudom right from the grassroots to the sandstones blocks in New Delhi

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Sharing Life Lessons

Sell will undoubtedly provide immense benefit for those who use its broad principles and have the ability to apply in their own spheres while reflecting in the context of their own experiences and situations

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Book Review: Managing Millennials

The book lives up to its expectations and exposes what could be the world like with the Gen Z employees entering the workplace, and in full force

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Sustaining A Brand

Since the book is centred around the idea of growing brands, it has a fairly long-term view and runs down the idea of tactical, short-term and promotional advertising. It does make sense with the data shared along with the arguments. But one is not fully convinced

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How About The Famous People From Harvard?

The book is a good read, illustrating small, easy but powerful steps which when followed diligently could turn one’s life around

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