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The Winning Way: Learnings from sport for managers

They mention HUL, Colgate The eloquence with which Harsha speaks comes out in the written word as well. References and examples of cricketing world are actually too many with only a brief reference to the world of business, politics or other sports. Nov 13, Darshana Unnikrishnan rated it liked it Recommends it for: Often sport lovers get to watch a team manager in the sideline hareha out instructions to his players while the game is in progress.

Ultimately, the book’s concepts, observations, and insights are broad enough to be employed in nearly any enterprise, from the marketplace to the home to romance, all the way to one’s personal affairs and innermost psychology.

Sports meets biz

The compilation is a stand out for the simplistic approach it adopts in proposing innovative ideas to tackle various forms of adversities we come across in winnlng life. Excellent reading with oodles of practical advice for an aspiring leader.


BTW I like you commentary. That is the universal formula for winning that The Winning Way explores. It does lack research and picks up very focussed group of people across chapters.

The authors, Harsha Bhogle and Anita Bhogle present an adept understanding of sport techniques pertaining to soft skills necessary to acquire efficie The Winning Way is a sporting guide in conjunction with chunks of prerequisites bhoglw developing entrepreneurial skills. Trivia About The Winning Way: But, then after chapters start looking repetitive which is a very common problem with these kind wa books.

Precisely, the reason for the book to take form of an entrepreneurial handbook. Thus, when the Bhogles flag the hallmarks of a winning team, the best practices that make for a winning cycle, the circumstances in which the winning cycle break, the characteristics that hold winners together, the defining qualities of good leadership and so on, they invoke bhoge wealth of real-world case studies that embellish their argument.

Things I liked about the book: Cities were renamed, liberals were shouted down and vegans found their voice. And you can always come back and read the bullet points given at the end of each chapter just wa remind yourself about the aspects explained in the book.

Sep 16, Saraswathi Sambasivan rated it really liked it. I started this book with the objective of understanding the relationships that exist between the sports ethic and our corporate structures. It will make you understand why you have not been able to grow as quickly as others in hierarchy as this book makes you realize the mistakes you have been doing all along.


It is a great start for the process nonetheless.

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Harsha Bhogle as always, short and well articulated, summaries the leadership skills and qualities. That is why 3 stars!!

Let me tell you, no matter what – HUL has You will be binged by unwanted info for a very few points to ponder. If that has changed, then the probability of the same formula working must necessarily change too.

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What matters is how well you play when you’re playing badly. You will be binged by unwanted info for a very few points bhoglf ponder. As for the material itself, ‘Way’ is, in my opinion, equally substantial, and on multiple levels. Nov 16, Girish Shenoy rated it really liked it. Books by Anita Bhogle.

It focuses on the need to adapt continuously to the ever-changing conditions, the right attitude, the work ethics, being a team player thhe giving your percent.

May 23, Rohit rated it did not like it.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Mar 21, Harsh Khoont rated it it was amazing.