How have you been? The last few months have been chaotic and have forced a lot of businesses to adapt to the “New Normal”. Businesses that had plans to go digital in 5 years have been forced to go digital in 5 days. As an entrepreneur, this can be intimidating and challenging.
So this week in our segment NP Recommends, our editors have picked some of our best Non-Fiction Titles in Business & Management. You can use our Read Instantly platform to begin reading these books online even as your physical copy makes its way to your doorstep. Here is a list of books you should not miss.
Mask Behind the Face
Anil P Goel
The Horse Shoe Man
Vijay Kapoor started his journey with two tailoring machines, a two-hundred square feet size store, a capital of two lakh rupees, a heart filled with dreams and a mind full of ideas. The purpose of sharing his story is to inspire people to reaffirm their faith in themselves.
Nobody has it easy for himself or herself in life. No one gets everything right in his or her personal or professional lives from the start. Obstacles are not meant to block our progress. Challenges are meant to help us grow. Adversity is the time for innovation. A comeback after a setback is possible only if we don’t give up on ourselves.
In these pages, a love story is narrated simultaneously. It is an unconventional story of how two individuals find love against all odds through a journey of self-discovery. Click here to read.
Demystifying Digital Transformation
Nishith Sharan And Tushar Khosla
Given that each organisation has a unique DNA with distinctive aspirations, the digital journey need to be individually crafted with a clear purpose, technology choices, and implementation specifics. Leaders will be called upon to take well-informed and deliberative decisions that have enormous implications and could very well define the future of the organisation.
This book provides the necessary framework to assist leaders to define their transformation agenda and execution specifics. Authors present an integrated approach, covering technological, strategic and organisational perspectives while pointing out the decisions that need to be considered at various milestones during the digital transformation journey.
This is an essential handbook for the industry leaders and transformation professionals as they embark on the digital transformation journey. Click here to read.
– CHARLES DARWIN
The famous quote from Charles Darwin seems apt for the Disruptive Digital Era, moving beyond the realms of physical limitations, opening new frontiers, and changing the fundamentals along the way. As a result, we are seeing the creation of highly Agile, Fearless and Hyper-Connected Digital Enterprise, willing to take on the world with unknowns at a rate never seen before. This book is a guiding lens for those established enterprises, who are weathering the storm, trying to re-invent themselves amidst disruptions, that are threatening to take away their very existence. And also to the budding ones with a blue-eyed approach to win the market and make an impact on their customers. This book will offer transformation leaders with
Frameworks for transformation driven Disruptive MindsetBuilding Blocks for the New Age Disruptive Digital EnterpriseEngagement Models to measure the impact of Customer EngagementDigital Maturity Model, Toolkits and Assessment FrameworkBuilding a Roadmap Design
Disruptive Digital is richly illustrated with real-world examples from Netflix, GE, Microsoft, Uber, Nike etc. along with detailed case studies of Indian Railways and Amazon, analyzing their digital maturity and roadmap moving forward. The book introduces a fresh perspective and innovative model to guide leaders and their teams in expanding their capacity to engage in the new disruptive era. Click here to read.
WHEN CHANGE HAPPENS…
WHEN CHANGE HAPPENS…A Story of Organisational Transformation provokes reflection and opportunities that are enduring and enable the reader to come to real grips with the daunting task of mastering techniques to usher change. Click here to read.
We hope you enjoyed the list! Catch you next Monday to explore more books!