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101 Myths and Realities @ the Office free pdf '[The book] beautifully captures the diverse myths prevalent at the office. Each myth is described in detail, along with the underlying reasons...is beneficial to both employees and managers. Together, they can bring positive changes to any organization.' - Nandan Nilekani (from the Foreword) Need to do to be valued as an employee, and respected as a manager? Read this book and find out! But how? This book presents 101 typical workplace situations, distinguishing Myth (perceived wisdom) from Reality (what actually happens on the ground) and describing the best approach to take in each scenario, both for managers and employees.

About Utkarsh Rai

Utkarsh Rai is the India head of an IT MNC and a recipient of Udyog Rattan Award. After earning his degree in computer science from BITS Pilani in the late eighties, he worked in Siemens, first in Delhi and then in Germany. Later, he moved on to work with Adaptec in the US. During the late nineties, when Indians were flooding the US job market, he sensed better opportunities in India and swam against the tide to join Motorola in Bangalore. Having gained the required experience, he took another gamble in leaving a safe and successful career in Motorola to bet on a small start-up, Infinera. Since then Infinera has gone public and is growing manyfold. Utkarshs desire to share his experiences with a wide audience spurred him to write books. He is the author of Offshoring Secrets and Life in a Cubicle (e-book). Apart from writing, he enjoys globetrotting and has travelled with his family to many countries. He is interested in learning about various cultures, religions and the history of the world.

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Author : Utkarsh Rai
Publisher : Portfolio India
Data Published : 22 August 2012
ISBN : 0143418629
EAN : 9780143418627
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 296 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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