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Book Review: Tech Trajectory

In Part 2, the book takes an interesting turn to explore how technology will impact our lives through key sectors such as personal technology, healthcare and energy

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Book Review: When Chaos Works

The book is not an instruction manual to clutter up your life on purpose... it encourages you to find blessings in disguise from unplanned things

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Book Review: Conflict Zone

Blood Red River is recommended reading for understanding the ferocious cut-and-thrust environment within which natural resource industries in India operate and especially for the urban Indian who is blissfully unaware of the existence of “the other India” so feelingly described in it

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Book Review: Expertise Matters

The book is particularly relevant for us in India because we as a nation are obsessed with collecting degrees and certificates. Expertise matters less than the pedigree of degrees we can display

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Book Review: Rules For Success

In this book too, Lee has summarised each chapter in easy-to follow points, which can be used as a crash course for “networking, effective communication and positive self-projection” as the foreword aptly describes Lees’ work

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Book Review: Notes From The Past

Read this book if your goal is to light a fire — one that will illuminate your path as a business leader

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Book Review: The Importance of Teams

The book concludes with workshop templates that can be used for assessing our current teams and understanding how we can up their success quotient

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Book Extract: In Money We Trust

Most ‘stuff’ is today bought not with notes and coins, but with cheques, debit and credit cards, and by electronic transfers drawn on interest- bearing bank deposits. Economists have long debated how to measure the amount of money in the economy

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Book Review: Hidden Patterns

The book will help you put intuition and emotion back into Big Data and humanise it to create and welcome you to a powerful new world of small data

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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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'A Fresh Debate On The Definition Of Development Is The Need Of The Hour'

Rohit Prasad, a professor of Economics at MDI Gurgaon, set out on a journey looking for stories of how common people in remote areas were using technology to bring development related changes

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Book Review: Team Business

Stronger Together: How Great Teams Work (Hachette) is part-autobiography and part-business self-help book comprising his coaching experiences and wisdom Hartley applies to people who work with him

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Book Review: Break The Barriers

Tett’s The Silo Effect is a must-read for corporate leaders; it is time to skip the motherhood and apple pie statements, and walk the talk on leveraging human potential and business bottom lines.

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Book Review: Life, People And work

In the book, Bock highlights a simplified version of a culture statement into three attributes — Mission, Transparency and Voice, writes Sesha M. Rao

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Book Review: Biz Woman’s Guide

Pimsleur’s book is a guide to all terminologies used in entrepreneurship and thus will appeal to a number of newbie entrepreneurs.

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