: 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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For instance, the authors posit that an important part of the winning cycle is for teams to not only nurture talent, but to wield the hatchet — even against superstars, when bhoglf are over the hill. In the new year, marketers will have to focus on four new essentials. I enjoyed it thoroughly for my inclination towards cricket.

Trivia About The Winning Way: The authors strike a chord on importance of gauging and putting into good effect the ability of an individual or a team, encouraging teams refine their attitude, and helping individuals or teams perform passionately. Thr authors leave no stone unturned in according The Winning Way, adopting a subtle systematic approach to give the book its desired level of accuracy.

Enjoyed the reference to sports and what people can learn: The eloquence with which Wayy speaks comes out in the written word as well. There are a few sections which felt lengthy or repetitive, but at the end, you can have a lot of take aways from the book, especially if you are reading it in Hqrsha – thanks to highlights.

Dick Fosbury comes to mind immediately. Goodbye to all that1 What ended Lists with This Book.

Likewise, the authors write harsya a sober intelligence, and provide sound, logical arguments for their assertions plus many good, illustrative case studies for additional support. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. And you can always come back and read the bullet points given at the end of each chapter just to remind yourself about the aspects explained in the book. A total time waster.


Quite a nice book on winning and successful teams and what makes a champion team. A very good book.

It does lack research and picks up very focussed group of people across chapters. Some interesting incidents in the world of sports did grab my attention. Also, Sachin’s example is taken more than required. BTW I like you commentary. Drawing too much from cricket for application to other fields may be an overgeneralisation but the running theme of the book, i.

The Winning Way 2. Authors could have covered apt sportsperson or businessperson depending on nature of premise they would want to capture.

The various pillars on which The Winning Way is formed are simple, almost inane, hardly an aha in there. It’s good in terms where there is an analogy between sports and real life problems. Oct 09, Prashanth Reddy rated it liked it. Harsha is, of course, an enchanting raconteur, and given the access that the Bhogles had to titans in both sports and business, the book commends itself. This is also the summary of the plus corporate workshops that the author couple had conducted over a period of five years.

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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. What a year has been! Inthey distilled the essence of that programme into a best-seller of the same name; and in this 2. In my shelf from last 2 years, I finally picked the wat 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 jarsha to my bosses of every organization here on wards.

Further delving into the read, unfold remarkable viewpoints on framing reliable, realistic long and short term goals.

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Mar 27, Harsha Sannareddy rated it really liked it. Passable, low in depth, better to hear Harsha in person First what i liked: A Mahatma for all times. The birth of a youth brand This book excerpt outlines how saucy, edgy Fastrack was conceived out of the Titan stable and evolved into a That is why 3 stars!! I know he’s God but I didn’t read this book to recite mantra. This book excerpt outlines how saucy, edgy Fastrack was conceived out of the Titan stable and evolved into a Having heard Harsha speak, there just isn’t any semblance of depth in this book.


Some of these make for candid, and counter-intuitive, analysis. But, then after chapters start looking repetitive which is a very common problem with these kind of books. My sincere thanks goes out to this book’s authors, subjects, and publisher. What mattersis how well you play when you’re playing badly.

Aug 29, Vivek rated it liked it.

Return to Book Page. In terms of research too I found the book lacking. A multi-stake winnning to equip adolescents and youth for the job market is taking shape, with Unicef as To conclude, the book propounds a complete reference of the demanding areas of expertise and the level of proficiency preferred for efficiently and effectively tackling several issues arising in sport, predominantly team sport.

Modi regime is spending more on material component, less on labour, so people are not benefited, says CP Joshi I give this book 3. I expected so much from it. 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.

Nov 13, Darshana Unnikrishnan rated it liked it Recommends it for: