ISBN 9788129135674,The Sucess Mantras of India's Greatest CEO's

The Sucess Mantras of India's Greatest CEO's


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ISBN 9788129135674

Rupa & Co

Publication Year 2015

ISBN 9788129135674

ISBN-10 8129135671

Hard Back

Number of Pages 240 Pages
Language (English)
In Mantras for Success, India’s finest CEOs and business leaders tell you what it takes to be successful.They take you to the heart of their enormous businesses and tell you how they built these corporations and grew them to their present standards of excellence. These icons of business will show you how to find the keys to greatness, unlock the secrets of their ability to innovate, break the conventions, overcome challenges and generate strategies. Many of them have a lot of qualities in common, and all of them have a number of abilities that set them apart as the best. They talk candidly and clearly about these aspects of their life and work, and the elusive ‘x-factor’ needed to win.
This is a book that is intended for the general reader who wants to build a successful career and life, but it will specifically benefit those who are involved in business and management—from trainees to CEOs.
Interesting Facts :-

This is the biggest business book of the decade.
The success mantras present a blueprint for succeeding in life and business.
The book profiles the czars of Indian business—Ratan Tata, Mukesh Ambani, Anand Mahindra, Adi Godrej, Sunil Bharti Mittal, Kumar Mangalam Birla, Sanjiv Goenka, Deepak Parekh, Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Analjit Singh, Naresh Goyal, Kishore Biyani, P.R.S. ‘Biki’ Oberoi, K.P. Singh, Aditya Puri, Atul Singh, Rahul Sharma, Kunal Bahl, Pawan Munjal, Rajiv Memani and Aditya Ghosh.

About the Author :-
Suhel Seth is the Managing Partner of Counselage India and founder of Equus. He is a regular speaker at industry meets and lectures at various Indian Institutes of Management. A bestselling author, Suhel also writes columns in The Financial Times, London, and in Business India, The Hindustan Times and The Indian Express on current affairs and the social landscape of India.

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