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“Think” And “Do” in Business and Management

Author Name: D. Radhakrishnan Nair | Format: Paperback | Genre : Business, Investing & Management | Other Details

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.

In the final analysis, a good manager is nothing more or less than a good and well-educated person.

Brimming with brilliant insight, the book is refreshingly candid for the reader.


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D. Radhakrishnan Nair

A faculty member of SCMS Cochin School of Business, with long distinguished career as Professor of English Language, Literature, Cultural Studies, and English Communication, Dr.Nair is the author of an   award-winning book on narratology. He has also authored many more seminal books, and presented papers in international conferences on narratology and literary comparatstics. His latest book: Academic Journal Editing and Publishing, has been published by Notion Press.

Besides being a speaker for many academic and social causes , he is the editor of a double blind peer reviewed, scientific/academic/research journal in business and management, embedded in eight databases: Cabell’s,  ICI, Index Copernicus,  J-Gate,  EBSCO, ProQuest,  Ulriich’s,  and Scopus.

One of the leaders of popular movements like “Against Establishment of Atomic Reactor in Kerala” (1982-90), he is a teacher with five decades of experience in teaching English.