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Author Kumar, Dinesh, 1937 December 2-

Title Corporate capers : business not as usual / Dinesh Kumar
Published New Delhi ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Response Books, 2006
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Description 1 online resource (255 pages)
Contents On business ethics (what's that?) -- Balance sheet botoxing -- Greed for gadgetry -- Big chiefs' appetites -- How to conduct an AGM -- The board meets before it actually meets -- The seven habits of highly perfidious people -- Converting butter chicken into a tot of rum -- Corporate conformance -- Partings are painful -- On leadership (or the lack of it) -- A crash course in quality -- Swing your fortune on the golf course -- By the law of averages -- Viagra for the drooping market -- Being 75 in the boardroom -- Market segmentation -- It is dangerous to be good -- Mr inverted snobbery -- What is the size of your office? -- This vision thing -- Corporate capers miscellany -- Aim is fusion -- How to conduct an interview -- A propensity for verbosity -- Bruised by branding -- The road to the top is paved with villains -- Five good reasons why we have consultants -- A deadly disease called founderitis -- A piece of advice for newbie managers -- Making up your mind on your mind -- Buddha on management -- May you find peace -- How to stop worrying and start managing -- Being an enlightened manager -- Wake up to your destiny -- On business etiquette -- A small matter of packaging ourselves -- Eating with implements -- Conversationally yours -- I just called to say 'I love you' -- On second thoughts -- Blowing up management myths -- Fear is not the key -- From power to persuasion -- Can profit-making organisations be spiritual? -- Mind their minds -- The karma of business-- and the business of karma -- Reengineer yourself before reengineering corporations -- Conversations with A CEO -- A leader or a detractor -- Servant leadership -- Leadership is a shared ethical culture -- What good is your strategy if you cannot communicate? -- If your shoes are not shining, you cannot deliver quality -- Redefining supervision -- Balance or burn out -- Good people do good business
Summary Personal experiences of an Indian management consultant
Notes Includes index
Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002. http://purl.oclc.org/DLF/benchrepro0212 MiAaHDL
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Subject Business ethics.
Industrial management.
Leadership.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 8132102738 (electronic bk.)
9788132102731 (electronic bk.)
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