: 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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This article is closed for comments. Learnt a lot about Indian companies and problems they face d. A total time waster.

Dick Fosbury comes to mind immediately. Jun 18, Mohammed Abid rated it really liked it.

The Winning Way: Learnings from sport for managers

On the other hand, I did encounter some minor functional issues some awkward grammar, and constant use of specific cricket terminology, of which I am personally unfamiliarbut these failed to hinder my comprehension. Inthey distilled the essence ths that programme into a best-seller of the same name; and in this 2.

Return to Book Page. This subtext in thw makes for a worthwhile read, while the rest just enhances it further. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

review of Harsh Bhogle winning Way 2 – The Hindu BusinessLine

As lively and fulfilled are his conversations while presenting on TV, this book is that much dull, dry, uninteresting and boring. You will instantly connect and stay connected with the book if you have listened to Harsha bhogle’s commentary, read his columns and motivational speeches. Breathtaking insight on management and leadership skills are up for grabs in this read for the bookworms. Most importantly, he talks about analyzing successes, not just failures. Jan 23, Sibi Kumar rated it liked it.


And, besides being a trove of practical wisdom, ‘Way’ presents a broader study: Many ‘findings’ that the author tries to convey are hackneyed, boring and or vague. Things I liked about the book: Lists with This Book.

The author changes the way we think of success, at the same time reiterating on the time-tested formula of team-work, leadership and change. Aug 12, Ankit Chambiyal rated it liked it.

Sports meets biz

As it says, the winning formula is pretty much the same everywhere. The book geatly draws from cricket records and champions and champion cricket teams to analyse the ingredients that go into winning. I really apprecaited and agreed with the point on Indian behavior. It might still work, but it is not necessary that it will. The bullets in the end of every chapter assures that you can pick this book anytime whenever you are in trouble and recall all that you read in it.

See 1 question about The Winning Way…. I give this book 3.

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It focuses on the need to adapt continuously to the ever-changing conditions, the right attitude, the work ethics, being a team player and giving your percent. He draws parallels bhofle the business world and the world of cricket.


But sadly, I’d much rather prefer watching Harsha Bhogle as a commentator than read his book. 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 life.

The Winning Way blends the field of pure management and Cricket together and tells us how both are inter-related with each other. Drawing too much from cricket for application to other fields may be an overgeneralisation but the running theme of the book, i.

What a year has been! A multi-stake partnership to equip adolescents and youth for the job market is taking shape, with Unicef as Yes, little more could have been given if it didn’t have repetitive sentences hbogle now and then.

I started this book with the objective of understanding the relationships that exist between the sports ethic and our corporate structures. 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.