Purity of resolve is the key
Arup Roy Choudhury’s book is not only an enjoyable read, it also makes
reading about management idiot-proof
by Shantiveer Kaul
IT was quite interesting, actually. One waded into the book under review without thinking of it as a book that was to be reviewed; without subconsciously feeling for its physicality, its weight and dimensions and without looking at the back cover: reading it straightaway.
It was only towards the end of the introduction that the realisation dawned that the author was a top manager, having long been at the helm of a giant of a company—a very successful one at that—with its complex set of problems and challenges and had helmed it very successfully.