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Book Review: Empathy In Business

Persuasive influence will be successful only to the extent to which the associations it triggers are favourable to change

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Book Review: Chanakya’s Lessons

Chanakya’s advice to the king was to kill him and make it look like animals attacked him during a hunt, but no one was to know about it

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Book Review: Innovative Mindset

The author acknowledges that a crooked mind can be, as seen in 9/11 and 26/11 events, creative and destructive at the same time. In case of cities like Bangalore, the information technology growth has come with the deterioration of the city’s health.

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No Beasts In The Stockmarket

What the book lacks in sophistication, it more than makes up for in street smarts. There is no shortage of hearsay in the book. No sources have been cited to verify conversations, with real personalities quoted and hence difficult to vouch for the element of realism

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Book Review: Women Power Retold

This book gives the reader a good understanding about the life and struggles of female achievers who share their candid experiences, warts and all

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Book Review: Having It All

This is a must read for all those women who aspire to build their career, women who have just got placed in their first job, even young working mothers or their managers and more importantly, the HR managers who are drafting workplace policies

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Book Review: Money Management

The book starts with India’s new age rich and gives us a few interesting stories about them. Take the case of PayTM’s Vijay Shekhar Sharma

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Book Review: Performance Appraisal

The author has substantiated his arguments in the book with a reasonable number of case studies, charts and diagrams, which makes it effortless for readers to decipher the concept of a balanced scorecard

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Mr Funnybones

The book is Girish Aivalli's observations on the day-to-day activities in a corporate landscape under the guise of a novel

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Book Review: Get Noticed

The book is directed at the youth who have stepped into their first job or those who have just started their career. It also serves as a useful guide for those who have spent considerable number of years already

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Book Review: Channel Your Idea

The authors say redBus was successful because the founder was obsessed with the problem on hand and was passionate about solving it, writes Prajodh Rajan

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Book Review: Where Trust Is Key

Stephany points to the basic foundation of sharing economy’s success in the western world — human trust in each other, writes Siddharth Puri

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Book Review: For The SME

Beyond simply providing the theories and concepts, this book replicates some of the practical advice and solutions for the business, writes Vishal Parekh

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