This book invites discussions, promises thought-building and helps decision-making in business matters.
The author suggests a panacea for all ills in b-school education in the book: “THINK” AND “DO” IN BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT.
With wit and wisdom, the author makes an electrifying case: questions and insights of business and management theorists are more philosophical rather than mere scientific and academic.
In the final analysis, a good manager is nothing more or less than a good and well-educated person.
Brimming with brilliant insight, the book is refreshingly candid for the reader.