It is all these ‘Many’ and ‘Most’ who comprise this ‘Management by Duffers’
Constantly scrutinised by subordinates, peers and superiors
Their record of activities is what you will read in the book’s interiors.
This is for all Managers, when the world weighs down on them,
When they get bogged down with a zillion things to do…
Spend some time reading this book
Where you can view your follies and foibles in the quips and cartoons
Take time to laugh and
As the wise poet surmised:
“What is this life, if full of care, we have no time to stand and stare?”
A timely chuckle on reaching a quip that embodies you, will set things right
And turn the dull and boring , bright
All you have to do is read this book- right?
Balasubramaniam is a qualified Engineer having worked for more than three decades in Industry and Engineering consultancy. With his passion for writing, he decided to temporarily switch tracks by entering the field of penmanship. His expertise and interests in the field of Technology, Management and Sociology, have led him to write on these subjects.
He has considerable experience in working with a wide cross section of engineers, scientists and administrators having niche expertise in various areas of Engineering and Management. Combining his sense of humour with a storehouse of knowledge on behavioral science by observing persons taking decisions under various circumstances he has transformed this knowledge to ‘quips’ that provide a comic interlude in the sublime understanding of the art of Management to the discerning reader .
He is a motivational speaker and writer who gives talks to students on current subjects relating to Technology, Sociology and Management with intent to advance knowledge to them.
His first book on Sociology was on the Badaga community of The Nilgiris,
Tamilnadu This book was titled: Paamé- The History and culture of the Badagas of the Nilgiris. The book was well received by readers of Sociology, Anthropology and History.
Living in the Nilgiris, he endears himself to the hills by his long walks amidst nature’s trails. He claims that these walks permit him to live in the silent companionship of his thoughts that provide him the elixir for his writings.