You are on top of your career. You love the job you are doing. You were rated excellent in your latest assessment. But, for reasons beyond your control, you have just been fired. The modern executive faces many challenges. The old days of steady jobs in safe posts are gone. Technology is transforming work, rendering jobs obsolete, and constantly moving the goal posts for performance. But the responsibilities and priorities remain as they always were: To the company, the colleagues one works with or leads, to one’s family and oneself. How does one keep improving one’s skills and getting more from life? In this scenario of contradictory goals and ambidextrous skills, the secret lies in Thinking Smart. Faced with his own crisis, Nirmalya Kumar, renowned professor, recognised globally for his marketing and strategy expertise, used the experience to come out a winner. Here is a book reminiscent of Peter Drucker’s classic Managing Oneself. In bite-sized, easily accessible articles are ideas and wisdom that will help readers in their own life and career, from managing people, teams, strategy, finances to even a few tips on managing life.
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