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The examples given by the authors, of successful companies and CEOs exemplify this marriage. Paperbackpages.
What Indian companies must do to become World-class 3. KT Parekh and then Deepak Parekh created and built a company with values and ethics.
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My library Help Advanced Book Search. Cite View Details Educators Purchase. Finally when my Change Management course instructor mentioned it in the suggested readings, I grabbed it!! The Three Stages of Competition. Radha Krishna added it Aug 07, Good book about practices of Indian companies. The book is good, written back in year and has been one of the best books in management circles ever since.
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MK Parameswaran rated it it was amazing Dec 12, To ask other readers questions about Managing radical changeplease sign up. Sumit Bedi rated it it was amazing Oct 05, Preview — Managing radical sumntra by Sumantra Ghoshal. About the Author Christopher A. Ajay rated it it was amazing Mar 15, The crisis comes, as it must, and the company suddenly finds itself in a situation where it is fighting for its survival. What Indian Companies Must Do to Become World-Class looks at what companies in India must do, not just to survive, but to rank among the best in their strategy, organization and management.
Rather than resisting competition HDFC helped them nurture and mature and made them partners in the mission to solve the housing finance problem prevalent in India.
Managing radical change: What Indian companies must do to become World-class by Sumantra Ghoshal
BartlettRachel Gordon managinng John J. This gives it a unique flavour. Ghoshal, Piramal and Bartlett feel that managers dumantra the best teachers of managers, and so Managing Radical Change is a distillation of lessons offered by people as diverse as N. Jasdeep marked it as to-read Jun 02, Return to Book Page. They also believe that a commitment to business excellence and the bottom line, must be accompanied by an equally sustained and serious commitment to social welfare.
Print Find at Harvard. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. That is the fundamental premise behind this book, as well as its key purpose: Bartlett and industry insider Gita Piramal, the problem is not that managers are unaware of the need for a radical response to the problems and challenges posed by the new competitive, technological and market demands in India. Radicwl real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app.
This will give him an opportunity to build on the work on which this book is based and also in training a new cadre of management specialists to look at Indian case material for both successes and failures. Lafkas This case describes the challenges facing the CEO of a small, Singapore-based industrial robotics company that decides to diversify away from its core industrial robot business by leveraging its expertise into the medical-devices industry.
Refresh and try again. In an era of all-round institutional decay, the business firm can show the way to regeneration by creating new value for society. Books by Sumantra Ghoshal.