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Published by D. Murali
Reviews. Leading without Licence-Satheesh Namasivayam, Sivaram Bandhakavi; I have a Dream-Rashmi Bansal; A Bank for the Buck-Tamal Bandyopadhyay; Insanely Simple-Ken Segall; Nike-Tracy Carbasho; Digital Wars-Charles Arthur. Also: Management Tips-HBR; Bonsai Kitten-Lakshmi Narayan; Digital Companies that Changed the World-David Lester; Great by Choice-Jim Collins, Morten T. Hansen; What Matters Now-Gary Hamel; The Yellow World-Albert Espinosa.
Reviews. Leading without Licence-Satheesh Namasivayam, Sivaram Bandhakavi; I have a Dream-Rashmi Bansal; A Bank for the Buck-Tamal Bandyopadhyay; Insanely Simple-Ken Segall; Nike-Tracy Carbasho; Digital Wars-Charles Arthur. Also: Management Tips-HBR; Bonsai Kitten-Lakshmi Narayan; Digital Companies that Changed the World-David Lester; Great by Choice-Jim Collins, Morten T. Hansen; What Matters Now-Gary Hamel; The Yellow World-Albert Espinosa.

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Contents of  Book Peek dated February 21, 2013
Reviews
 
‘Leading without Licence: Leadership the Anna Hazare Way’ by 
Satheesh Namasivayam and Sivaram Bandhakavi
 – 
 
‘I have a Dream: The inspiring stories of 20 social entrepreneurs whofound new ways to solve old problems’ by Rashmi Bansal
 
 
‘A Bank for the Buck: The new bank movement and the untold story 
of the maki
ng of India’s most valued bank’ by Tamal Bandyopadhyay 
 
 
‘Insanely Simple: The obsession that drives Apple’s success’ by Ken
Segall
 
‘Nike: The vision behind the victory’ by Tracy Carbasho
 
 
‘Digital Wars: Apple, Google, Microsoft & the battle for the Internet’ 
by Charles Arthur
New arrivals
 
 – 
From
Short snatches
 
‘Management Tips: From Harvard Business Review’ – 
 
‘Bonsai Kitten’ by Lakshmi Narayan
 
 
‘Digital Companies that Changed the World’ by David Lester
 
 
‘Great by Choice’ by Jim Collins and Morten T. Hansen
 
 
‘What Matters Now’ by Gary Hamel
 
 
‘The Yellow World: Trust your dreams and they’ll come true’ by Albert
Espinosa
(Subscriptions: http://bit.ly/ShriMagz)
 
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Appoint yourself 
 
If you are leading on the problem of corruption, it is not
enough to stop with what you are ‘against,’ you have
to
also wrestle with what you are ‘for,’ the alternative set of 
values and behaviours, say Satheesh Namasivayam and
Sivaram Bandhakavi in ‘ 
Leading without Licence: Leadership the Anna Hazare Way 
’ (
“For
example, Gandhi did not stop with what we should avoid
 – 
 
himsa 
, violence; he also articulated what we should aspirefor
 – 
 
ahimsa 
, non-
violence,” they explain.A chapter titled ‘What does leading mean?’ instructs that, to lead, you have
to perform both procedural and evolutionary work, both of which require you to mobilise other people. Emphasising that galvanising people forcollective action is a fundamental requirement of leading, the authors notethat, if you know how to mobilise, as Anna has done, you are already takinga leap f 
orward in your leadership work. “The evolutionary component of 
 your leadership work, because of its comprehensiveness, could take a very long time to happen. Change in behaviours may, sometimes, take multiplegenerations of work
…”
 

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