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The Winning Way: Learnings from sport for managers

On the other hand, I did encounter some minor functional issues some hsrsha grammar, and constant use of specific cricket terminology, of which I am personally unfamiliarbut these failed to hinder my comprehension. Though the book is targeted towards managers, this is a delightful read for anyone who want to get behind the insights and mindsets of the biggest players in sports and corporate world.

A very good book. Wwinning the great read.

Aug winnign, Vivek rated it liked it. Open Preview See a Problem? After a while you start feeling garsha you are reading same thing under different name. I was skeptical while picking this up, given the number of reviews it had. Surprisingly mediocre attempt by very insightful Harsha Bhogle. While many of the sports examples will be well known to the readers, the way it is weaved into an overall narrative for business world is really commendable.

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The various pillars on which The Winning Way is formed are simple, almost inane, hardly an aha in there. The book is not able to go bhoglw the fir This book really benefits from the background of its authors. Harsha Bhogle tries to draw analogies between sports esp Cricket and business, how leaders solving problems in their respective sport can be used in a business scenario.


What matters is how well you play winninv you’re playing badly. However, the wheels of health financing are beginning to May 01, A. Short book but powerful message that summarises the essence of leadership with real life examples predominantly from the field of cricket, understandably so.

Quotes from The Winning Way: Aug 13, Rohit Gupta rated it really liked it. Published on August 06, 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.

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The Winning Way: Learnings from sport for managers by Anita Bhogle

I started this book with the objective of understanding the relationships that exist between the sports ethic and our corporate structures. The magical aura of the book can be assumed after knowing the names who have scribbled the foreword and the last In my shelf from last 2 years, I finally picked the book 4 days ago and since then, I have been able to grasp enough knowledge 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.

This book was written from the trainings they conducted in the corporates. Lessons in building winning organisations. Thanks for telling us about the problem.


Return to Book Page. Apr 09, Kumar rated it it was ok.

Some of these make for candid, and counter-intuitive, analysis. Its a very short book and you will finish it within a week. It might still work, but it is not necessary that it will. Sep 08, WhaTushaRead rated it really liked it. If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you.

Learnings from thr for managers, have done well to keep the description short and to the point.

Bhogle has done a fair comparison between sports and management and has brought about the traits essential for success in a lucid manner. It seemed as if to prove the point a story was picked rather than the other way round where story forms the basis of an insight.

Overall a satisfactory read. Aug 12, Ankit Chambiyal rated it liked it. Having heard Harsha speak, there just isn’t any semblance of depth in this book.

Though the book is winjing towards managers, this is a delightful read for anyone who want to get behind the insights and mindsets of the biggest players in 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. Reviw of The Winning Way. The tao of desire.