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This book invites discussions, promises thought-building and helps decision-making in business matters.
The author suggests a panacea for all ills in b-school education in the book: “THINK” AND “DO” IN BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT.
With wit and wisdom, the author makes an electrifying case: questions and insights of business and management theorists are more philosophical rather than mere scientific and academic.
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“Leaders cannot be created in a class room. They arise in context. But people who already practice management can significantly improve their effectiveness given the opportunity to learn thoughtfully from their own experience.”
Henry Mintzberg believes that both management and management education are deeply troubled, but neither can be changed without changing the other.
Success Tomorrow Starts Today is an attempt to revolu
World University rankings were announced by Thomas Reuters and The Times. As an Indian, besides being one teaching for nearly five decades, I was eager to know the results of the announcement. I showed enough concern. Where have our good Indian universities/higher educational institutions been placed? I set my eyes on top ranks, and it didn’t give me anything to be proud of. My eyes crossed over more than two hundred and fifty names of universities of the wo