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|Publisher||Westland And Tranquebar Press|
|Number of Pages||226 Pages|
|Author||ANITA BHOGLE, HARSHA BHOGLE|
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Mar 16, 2016
Aug 28, 2015
Good Book! Nice Read
Jul 21, 2015
Jun 15, 2015
Good Read!!! Sweet and Simple....
Apr 8, 2015
not a never-heard-before-ideas kind of book, but give it a shot just for relating sports and management in a simple way.
Jun 22, 2011
nice.......but......its a great book for budding managers and entrepreneurs. Great real life examples from harsha's vast cricketing knowledge. However dont buy this book if you are expecting cricketainment (cricket entertainment)....could get repetitive. chapters are too long and sometimes could be very boring. Also sometime all of these self-help books tend to convey the same message, so if at any point of your life you've bought something about this genre earlier....skip it. !!!!!
Jul 26, 2011
Nice, but..As someone has rightly pointed out, chapters tend to get boring after a stage. Nothing special in comparison with other such books or those books which fall into similar genre. I had already tweeted to him saying that I bought the book because we like the person and have not read yet. But I have completed it now and found it okay (slightly boring).
Jul 30, 2011
Just an OK read!Provides insights of leadership traits by deriving analogies from the world of sports. Would have been more interesting if there was more use of examples/ case studies to drive the context
Jul 10, 2011
The Winning Way - Read Between the LinesHarsha the orator, the commentator as we have seen this man weaving the game of bat and ball into exciting words and anecdotes and phrases and what not..and we all got excited..isn't it. Amazing to see passion turning into a profession - perfect definition by any management guru who will tell you the same - "follow your passion and make it your profession". He and his wife Anita have been conducted workshops on the concept of "the winning way" i.e. the learnings from the field of cricket to the walls of the organization. How the captain is similar to a manager and how manager's team is no less… (Expand)
Apr 8, 2015
not a never-heard-before-ideas kind of book, but give it a shot just for relating sports and management in a simple way.Though I am totally done with self-help genre I bought this book hoping there will be a lot of interesting sports stuffs in it.(like dressing room dialogues, interview quotes, crisis situations). And surprisingly i am right. The books doesn't contain any ground breaking managerial ideas but its quite a good read if you like sports personalities.
Jun 21, 2011
Excellent WorkHarsha Bhogle speaking and narrating his experiences and correlating it to management.
Sep 24, 2011
Good One...A good book to read. Some chapters has been stretched unnecessarily but over all a good book to read. Can be a very good textbook of a Management Subject in may be the first or second year of the college. This book teached the aspects of management in a very easy and interesting manner.
Jun 17, 2011
excellent !Nice book, provides lot of insights into various aspects such as change, dealing with success n failure, individual goals v team goals,etc. and best of all explains using examples of cricket n other sports..
Jul 20, 2011
Its all CRICKETIts just Winning: The Cricket Way...Packed with cricket in every page, cricket lovers will surely love reding this!! Another cricket match to read!!!!!!!!!
Mar 16, 2016
Loved itThe way of writing makes it an easy read. While there are not too many new examples, Mrs. and Mr. Bhogle are able to connect sport and the corporate world in a brilliant way. Must read.