The book is packed with examples, case studies and stories from India and a great many from the author’s own experience, which bring the underlying principles alive.
Lal in his book has addressed certain key issues regarding the youth getting involved in the operations and the dynamics of the drug mafia.
Making the journey of life look effortless, the author has boldly penned down pieces of everyone’s life at some stage or the other.
The book in its 14 chapters explains comprehensively the principles, process and practice of urban development, which align with the socio-economic, environmental and technological changes.
The book looks at the evolution of tall buildings and their relationship with the urban growth, land, economy, climate and ecology.
The book shows you how to think like an entrepreneur for social benefit, but within an existing organization and handling the shareholder's money with care.
The book creates an eerie atmosphere right from the beginning, progressing in two discrete time segments of the past and the present, steadily unfolding the biggest mystery only in the last few chapters.
Arun Kumar’s book Ground Scorching Tax is a well-articulated treatise on the GST where all concepts are explained in a rudimentary manner
In this, the author emphasises differentiating market-creating innovation from sustaining innovation and efficiency driven innovation.
The book is a good read filled with ideas for the startup entrepreneur or an intrapreneur
The author also explains how the principles of the GBM can be applied to one and all – even to a parent teaching a child
Craig’s book serves as the initiator to start treading the path of defining a company’s purpose and eventually help attain its goals
The book also focuses on the significant ideological differences in opinion between Deputy PM Patel and PM Nehru
Both books serve as a colourful enunciation of that basic feature that makes the Indian Constitution unique – its guarantee of Fundamental Rights, and how it has come to shape each of our lives
The business model that Zeng describes stands in sharp contrast to that of traditional business. It is a C2B model that demands constant innovation