SAGE Publications Ltd
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This book skillfully expands on the popular children's fable 'Who will Bell the Cat?' to derive holistic solutions for the entire gamut of business strategy issues-from strategy formation to execution.
The author takes the reader through the various stages of strategy management using a lively narrative that parallels the fable: Bell the Cat! (Evolve Business Strategy), How to Bell the Cat (Strategic Management Techniques), Who Will Bell the Cat? (Locate Right People), Make People Capable to Bell the Cat (Develop People's Capabilities), and Wow! The Cat is Belled (Align and Execute).
A 'cat'alyst for change, the book challenges business managers and management students to question long-held beliefs about strategy management and to think beyond established norms. Embellished with thought-provoking quotes by great thinkers, the lessons in the book are both easy to understand and practise.
This book skillfully expands on the popular children's fable 'Who Will Bell the Cat?' to derive holistic solutions for the entire gamut of business strategy Issues--from strategy formation to execution.... A 'catalyst for change, the book challenges business managers to question long-held beliefs about strategy management and to think beyond established norms. Embellished with thought-provoking quotes by great thinkers, the book is both easy to understand and practice.
About the Author
Moid Siddiqui is the Managing Director of Intellects Biz, which is highly regarded for its innovative training workshops on management themes. He uniquely blends business management with spirituality. He is popularly known as Management Monk. He is a new age corporate professional with wide-ranging interests in areas such as developing human potential to scripting and directing business management films. He is a triple post-graduate in Sociology, Political Science and Social Work & Business Management.
He has served Corporate India in senior- and board-level positions with premier public sector and private sector organisations, which include BHEL, NHPC, CCI, HMT (GM-HR), BEML (Director, HR) and Nagarjuna Group (Executive Vice President). He has also served a Management Institute--Centre for Organization Development (COD)--as Senior Professor. He is the author of fifteen books on management themes, viz., The Brave New Manager, Management Parables, Intangibles, Honk, Soul Inc., Corporate Soul, The Smart Crow Never Goes Thirsty, The Pygmalion Manager, The Acrobatics of Change, Watch Your Ladder, Who will Bell the Cat?, Enrich Your Personality, In Search of Meaning, 50 Soul Stories and Championing the Bosses.
Mr Siddiqui is one of the rare Indian authors whose spiritual work has found place in the famous 'Chicken Soup' series.
His articles were published in professional journals of high repute, including American Society for Training & Development's journal Training & Development. He is the recipient of several awards, including the All India Management Association's Best Management Book Award of 1995-96 for his book The Brave New Manager. His other two books Corporate Soul (published by SAGE) and Enrich Your Personality were adjudged as the best book (3rd rank) of the year 2005-06 and Commendation Award for the year 2011-12 by Indian Society for Training and Development (ISTD). He has also authored seven books on religion and spirituality.