: The Winning Way: Learning from Sports for Managers ( ): Anita Bhogle, Harsha Bhogle: Books. THE WINNING WAY:LEARNINGS FROM SPORT MANAGERS: Learning from Sport for Managers: 1 Paperback – 20 May by Anita Bhogle^Harsha Bhogle. What do sporting champions do, what makes winning teams, who is a good leader, why do only some teams keep winning while others win only for a while and.
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His writings clearly motivates and inspires you. Sep 15, Sambasivan rated it really liked it. BTW I like you commentary. The foreword by Mukesh Ambani and a winniny segment in the book by Rahul Dravid are a bonus read that book lovers can look forward to.
As it says, the winning formula is pretty much the same everywhere. I am grateful for, and have benefited from, your work. The Winning Way is a well-researched book filled with numerous real-life examples in the past both from corporate world as well as sports arena, on what constitutes a winning team.
Jun 18, Mohammed Abid rated it really liked it. Skilling the youth — using their suggestions A multi-stake partnership to equip adolescents and youth for the job market is taking shape, with Unicef as It is in these passages winbing the book excels. You will be binged by unwanted info for a very few points to ponder. In terms of research too I found the book lacking. A good read for the aspiring professionals and team game enthusiasts.
Better insightful books have written on this subject.
The tao of desire. Often sport lovers get to watch bhlgle team manager in the sideline reading out instructions to his players while the game is in progress.
This kind of interaction is a common sight during football or soccer matches, and the sport guide scores no less than ten for it brings to fore the challenges faced by the managers, the remedies for successfully dealing with the intense moments, the player handling mechanisms, the importance of team harzha, the skills to be honed by a team player and lastly, the challenges which bhogls from the role or responsibilities.
From the outset, the book delivers on its premise as a business resource framed in a sports study, and offers much valuable information in this regard alone. In my shelf from last 2 years, I finally picked the book 4 days ago wining since then, I have been able to grasp enough wway about how management has to be performed in a corporate environment that I even thought of giving it as a gift to my bosses of every organization here on wards.
Inthey distilled the essence of that programme into a best-seller of the same name; and in this 2. A short and very good book on various anecdotes from Cricket and occasionally other sports and companies.
Sep 15, Abhilash Ruhela rated it really liked it. Apr 24, Dipesh Mehta rated it it was amazing.
The Winning Way: Learnings from sport for managers
The book does not break any new grounds but is a breezy read on the various keys to success, handling diversity, retaining good talent, team work, how to stay at the top, leadership etc. Open Preview See a Problem? May 23, Wunning rated it did not like winnimg.
However, the wheels of health financing are beginning to 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 professional einning. The Winning Way is not solely limited within the confinement of an entity termed sport, it also offers several life lessons to be learnt, wah, and adopted in various other aspects of professional ventures. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
If that has changed, then the probability of the same formula working must necessarily change too. The oeuvre on sport management theory, in an astute sense proposes practical solutions for lessening the burden of winning on successful teams, also recommending several sporting mantras to deal with losses.
The Winning Way: Learnings from sport for managers by Anita Bhogle
I got a lot from this book, and in surprising areas of study. Money mistakes to avoid. In the famed carpet belt of Bhadohi, UP, the first centre to train as well as employ women in carpet weaving It might still work, thw it is not necessary that it will.
Oct 17, Sarath Karanam rated it really liked it Shelves: The book is not able to go beyond the first level of setting the direction in which to think about building a winning team.
A very good book. Even I do follow those sports, still I don’t want to read each and every thing winming make a point out of it. 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 for developing entrepreneurial skills. The whole winninb is not very coherent.
Enjoyed the reference to sports and what people can learn: The examples are shallow, even cricketing ones have been anonymized to save the player’s reputation and face There are enough and more cross references to books that I’ve already read, making me wonder why am i Passable, low in depth, better to hear Harsha in person First what i liked: Also, the text is pleasing in length or so I feltbeing concise while remaining comprehensive enough to be complete; the authors grabbed my attention from the start, and held it to the end.
That is the universal formula for winning that The Winning Way explores. The book provides useful input on various aspects, the managerial role and the sport mechanics share in common; further bridging a well defined connection between the two areas of expertise.
Short book but powerful message that summarises the essence of leadership with real life examples predominantly from the field of cricket, understandably so. I am a huge fan of Harsha Bhogle and I was really excited when I got my hands on this book. If you’re an ardent cricket fan and also love succeeding at work, each single day, you would read this masterpiece with no break whatsoever. Learnings from sport for managers by Anita Bhogle .