Slide after slide, Kishore Biyani runs through a presentation on Ashoka . his book, The Journey Home: Autobiography of an American Swamy. Kishore Biyani is an Indian businessman was born on 9 August in Mumbai. He is the founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of Future. It Happened in India. 9 January | Unabridged. by Biyani Kishore and Shantiraj Naye Daur Ki Ore. May by Kishore Biyani.
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Taking inspiration from the likes of Sam Walton, Kishore is on the mission on capture every rupee an Indian spends. A mind like this is not methodical, it is constantly rambling evolving, experimenting and that is what the book tries to instil biani us. The views I express here are not related to my current and previous employers.
The book captures lot of ideas, vision and perspectives of Mr.
Slightly repetitive but much refreshing read on managerial thought process – less process orientation, hierarchy, review and analysis- more of imagination, speed, observation and intuition. Also one big advantage of this book is that it’s in Indian setting so it’s a little easy to relate to the events and details mentioned at times. Go and get a copy for you and I assure you that the time and money you spent is worth the effort.
Many comments are in the nature of self-praise; one of the best points that emerge from the book is a reiteration of having superior human relationships as one needs to deal with people in the end customers.
At a certain point during the end somewhere the book looks like a PR initiative for the National Institute of Design and a certain design firm called Idiom Design. A nice business book but to much praises of Kishore Biyani. Only then can the change process begin. Open Preview See a Problem?
Jul 25, Dharmesh rated it really liked it.
Why Kishore Biyani is on a creation, preservation and destruction mission
One of the prime reasons why I like this book so much is because its written in a simple and structured manner which makes it fun to read. May 28, Manish Ahuja rated it really liked it Shelves: Its a kind of autobiography and story of organisation as well. Kishoreji has even shared about his failed businesses.
A major anchor for his strategic thinking has been the going back to source concept.
It Happened In India: The Story of Pantaloons, Big Bazaar, Central and the Great Indian Consumer
Some of the management styles and principle discussed lacks any kind of uniqueness and appears common across the industry, so some portions of the book may look redundant. An autobiography by the pioneer of Indian retail- sounds promising at first, but it kishpre. Doing something that opposes the established system of beliefs is not an easy task. This page was last edited on 8 Octoberat The only complaint I have to the author is that maybe this book was written too soon.
His success continued with the opening of a series of stores under the Big Bazaar brand name from Kishore Biyani was brought up in a joint family, and he has made sincere efforts to keep the family integrated. His method of communication with both the media and financiers had been perceived as poor, as were his staff recruitment choices. Kishore Biyani is an Indian businessman.
Here are few inspiring lines I am reproducing from the book with all the due credit given to the authors. Posted April 1, at 8: Books Bookmark the permalink. Never miss a great news story!
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The book talks in a colloquial language. This entry was posted in: Kishore Biyani definitely revolutionised retail autobiogdaphy India; he ensured even the commonest woman entered malls via quality goods at affordable prices. Future group had confidence in the consumption power of Indian consumer and thus focused on the common people. Biyani has also had a foray into Bollywoodunderwriting the critically kisohre box-office failure Na Tum Jaano Na Hum movie that was released in autobiorgaphy also Chura Liya Hai Tumne KB emphasizes on relationships throughout the book: Biyani, who has admitted to making “whimsical decisions”, had ignored the prevailing autobiograpjy of modelling retail businesses on those in the West and had instead concentrated on concepts that were familiar to India.
It epitomizes the problems faced by him trying to adventure out of his family business to try something new and the hardships faced overcoming which taught him many a lesson.
He talks about building emotional connect with consumers. The book of my love Sachin knows: To see your saved stories, click on link hightlighted in bold.