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‘Doodles on Leadership’ is based on the metaphor of ‘balconies of leadership’. As a leader climbs upwards in his or her career, the perspective changes from the transactional to the corporate and, further on, to a societal view. Moving away from the cut and thrust of operational action, this book reflects on a leader’s journey through the changing perspectives that come with each stage. It demonstrates how a leader’s mind engages progressively with broader matters, rather than staying confined to only those of his company and its operations. The author argues that this widening engagement with society at large is most satisfying for business leaders, and emphasizes the role that business leaders can play in matters concerning nation and society. It demonstrates the practical way business leaders can contribute to the world, each based on his or her domain of expertise.
 

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Reviews

October 23, 2019

Dhanishta Shah on Doodles of Leadership

How do we view leaders in the corporate world? As leaders in the business arena evolve to higher stages in their career, the issues they grapple with also change.
October 23, 2019

Mr. Ambi Parameshwaran on Doodles of Leadership

The word ‘doodle’ has an interesting etymology. Wiki tells me that its origin may be traced to the German word, Dudeltopf or Dudeldop, meaning simpleton or noodle.
October 23, 2019

T C A Srinivasa, Raghavan Srinivasan on Doodles of Leadership

There are two abiding mysteries in India that no one talks about. One is the failure of those who framed India’s Constitution to make justice a fundamental right. The other is the complete failure of activists to take this up.
October 23, 2019

Sumit Jha on Doodles of Leadership

A PROFESSIONAL MANAGER traversing upwards through stages of leadership roles across four decades ofhis life has a unique vantage position to detect broad, common strands in economies and societies.