Corporate Capers

Corporate Capers

Author: Dinesh Kumar

Publisher: SAGE Publications India

ISBN: 9788132102731

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 260

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Corporate Capers is an eye-opening and insightful look at the corporate world. Blending serious issues with humour, it gives the reader an insider`s perspective of corporate life. The author has seen senior management at its best and worst during a career spanning 30 years. He narrates his experiences in a delightful manner, providing numerous practical corporate philosophies while covering a range of work issues such as: - business ethics - leadership - strategy - new age management - business etiquette Providing a bird`s eye view of the Indian corporate world, this is an incisive and thought-provoking book. Written in a style that is simple, interesting and witty, it is a thoroughly enjoyable read for anyone interested in the corporate world and its inner workings. It will be of particular interest to business leaders and to managers on the move.
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