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Corporate Chanakya  -  Successful Management the Chanakya Way
Corporate Chanakya - Successful Management the Chanakya Way

Corporate Chanakya - Successful Management the Chanakya Way

by Radhakrishnan Pillai

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Product ID:28862

Language

English

Publisher

Jaico

ISBN

9788184951332 - Year: 2010 - Pages: 317

Binding

Paperback

Radhakrishnan Pillai

Author: Radhakrishnan Pillai
Publisher: Jaico
Year: 2010
Language: English
Pages: 317
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788184951332

Description

Chanakya, who lived in 3rd Century BC, was a leadership guru par excellence. His ideas on how to identify leaders and groom them to govern a country has been well documented in his book Kautilya’s Arthashastra. This book contains 6000 aphorisms or sutras. In the present book the author simplifies the age old formula of success for leaders of the corporate world.

Divided into 3 sections of Leadership, Management and Training Corporate Chanakya includes tips on various topics like – organizing and conducting effective meetings, dealing with tricky situations, managing time, decision making and responsibilities and powers of a leader.

Call it your guide for corporate success or a book that brings back ancient Indian management wisdom in modern format – you just cannot let go the Chanakya wisdom contained in each page.

Flip any page and discover the ‘Corporate Chanakya’ in you…

Contents

Preface

Chanakya – Who was He?
Acknowledgements
Notes
Part I – Leadership

Power
1. Power in the corporate world
2. Power brings Responsibilities
3. The Art of Punishment
4. Staying at the top
5. Create your own Law
6. Control your office ‘
7. Leaders have the Edge
8. Maintain secrets
9. The Seven Pillars of Business
10. Three Aspects of Success
11. Power Management
12. Bosses are Answerable
13. Applying Arthashastra in Business
14. Inherited Company
15. A Public Awakening

Qualities of a Leader

16. Total Alertness
17. Advice to Entrepreneurs
18. Multiple Tasking
19. Open-Door Policy
20. Ethics in Business
21. Start Now
22. Knowledge for a Leader
23. Decision – Making
24. The Spiritual Side
25. An Eye for Detail
26. Being Energetic
27. Improve what you Inherit
28. Setting an Example
29. Work through Problems
30. Respect and Protect Women
31. Don’t forget your people
32. Passing the mantle

Competition

33. Handling Competition
34. Army and Treasury
35. Protection from Enemies
36. Right Opportunity
37. Win-Win Policy
38. The winning Weapon
39. Win the War
40. Win-Win Situation
41. The Key to Success
42. Game Theory
43. Winning over Friends and foes
44. Respect your Enemies
45. Strategy vs Tactics
46. Before you Attack
47. Aspects of a Battlefield
48. Partnership among Equals
49. A safe retreat
50. In the face of Competition
51. Acquiring a Company
52. Where to Expand
53. Peace and War
54. Tackling Terrorism

People

55. Growing under a mentor
56. Motivating Employees
57. Bidding Goodbye to Employees
58. Managers into Leaders
59. Delegating work
60. Protecting Old Employees
To Avoid
61. What a Leader should Not Do – 1
62. What a Leader should Not Do – 2
63. What a Leader should Not Do – 3
64. What a Leader should Not Do – 4
65. What a Leader should Not Do – 5
66. What a Leader should Not Do – 6
67. What a Leader should Not Do – 7
68. What a Leader should Not Do – 8
69. What a Leader should Not Do – 9
70. What a Leader should Not Do – 10

Part II – Management

Employees

71. Safety and Security
72. Selecting the right Managers
73. Deciding Rank
74. Stopping Attrition
75. Changing Jobs
76. The First Step
77. Death on Duty
78. Taking care of Employees
79. Security above Salary
80. Command Promotion
81. Make people Accountable
82. Safety in any Deal-making
83. Welcoming back Ex-workers
84. Tackling Attrition
85. Quality Control
86. ‘Selecting the right Person
87. Don’t best around the Bush
88. Reward productive people
89. Take the Initiative
90. Want to be a good boss?

Finance

91. Net profit Counts!
92. Take care of the treasury in difficult Times
93. Wages
94. Budgeting
95. Internal accounting Systems
96. Paying taxes on time
97. Profit margin
98. Proper Accounts
99. Advance money
100. Paying your taxes
101. Making timely Payments
102. Dirty money
103. Money for wealth Creation
104. Money for more money
105. Road to Wealth

Team Work

106. Security and Monitoring Systems
107. Right business partner
108. Effective meetings
109. Planning a Business trip
110. Public Relations
111. Honour men with Qualities
112. A good Meeting
113. Finish what you have Started
114. Want to Succeed?
115. Working Together
116. Get everyone Involved
117. Power of Communication
118. Stopping fights
119. Team work
120. Brainstorming
121. Teaming up to Succeed
122. Common Purpose

Strategy

123. Requirement of information
124. Principles of Management
125. Keep an open mind
126. Managing multiple projects
127. Politics and politicians
128. Constantly educate yourself
129. Disaster management
130. Timing it right
131. Corporate social Responsibility
132. A stable Organisation
133. Working in new Regions
134. Intelligence management
135. Organisational planning
136. The best and the better
137. Time management
138. Ensuring Growth
139. Land as an alimentative Asset
140. Crime planners

Part III – Training

Trainees

141. Training children
142. Catch them young
143. Do not corrupt
144. Degrees alone are not Enough…
145. Mixing up the old and New
146. The right attitude
147. Learning something new
148. Expectations from a manager
149. Are you really an active person?
150. The best in your ‘Friends’
151. Advice for modern trainees

Bose

152. Asset to the boss
153. Identifying potential leaders
154. Remembering those who got you the job!
155. Do we take up the new job?
156. ‘Tow’ many bosses?
157. How much money should one ask for?
158. Working with a powerful person
159. Never force anyone

Organisation

160. Self-Discipline
161. Knowing where to go for shelter
162. Cleanliness at work
163. Hidden wealth
164. Individual becomes an Industry
165. Setting up systems
166. Migrate if you have to
167. Lost your job?
168. To be or not to be?
169. Migration: To accept job seekers?

Advice

170. The correct advice
171. Advice of consultants
172. Power behind the kings
173. The greatest opportunity
174. Career persons must Conserve
175. Applying the Knowledge from Arthashastra

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