Riding Two Tigers

Riding Two Tigers

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Publisher Laxmi Publications All Leisure Read books by Laxmi Publications
ISBN 9789352743490
Author: Arup Roy Choudhury
Number of Pages 224
Edition New Edition
Available in all digital devices
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Riding Two Tigers by Arup Roy Choudhury
Book Summary:

In Riding Two Tigers, Arup Roy Choudhury, one of India's most awarded CEOs, shares his key learnings and insights from the corporate world with those who aspire to climb the ladder so they may not have to 'reinvent the wheel', and debate the role and need for an 'anchor' in doing so. He also discusses how you can reach the pinnacle despite not being toppers in either school or college.

Arup shares how his guru became his anchor and guiding light, and helped him face two tiger-like challenges: one, resurrecting a derailed company waiting for sale, and the other one, transforming a directionless behemoth.

The book will enable managers, would-be managers, executives and beginners, across levels in the corporate triangle, to hold the ground and tame their 'tigers' on their way up!

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Leisure Read.
Table of Contents:

1. How It All Began

2. Patna School & College

3. The First Job

4. Life at Baqubah and Learnings

5. Back Home in India and Higher Education

6. Deciding to Get Married

7. Surviving the “Slogging Days”

8. Deciding to Take a Risk

9. Learning to Acknowledge the Existence and Need for Creation of “The Lala” in a Business Enterprise

10. The Invisible Lala

11. Lessons from the Divine Life of My Guru Maharaj Jee

12. Chairman at 44 Riding the Tiger

13. Staying with the Public Sector

14. Epilogue

15. Vindication, Gratitude and Recognition