Win-Win Corporations
Non-Fiction

Win-Win Corporations

The Indian Way of Shaping Successful Strategies

Overview

"Why did Ratan Tata decide to pay for all the victims of 26/11 whether injured in the Taj or anywhere else? Why did HDFC ’s Aditya Puri insist that employees leave for home by 5.30 p.m.? How did HUL develop a cheaper, better product to beat its competitor, Nirma? What do Taj Hotels, HDFC, HUL, L&T and BPCL have in common? They are the win-win corporations! Based on over a decade of research, Shashank Shah takes these truly outstanding Indian companies and studies how they do business. Each of these companies has exceptional practices when it comes to stakeholder management. Whether the stakeholder is an employee, customer, investor, vendor or even society at large, these companies reveal how looking at everyone else’s interests doesn’t really mean compromising on your own. Often, the two complement each other and that is what makes a win-win solution for everyone. This book gives an inside look into what motivates exceptional companies and how they are a cut above the rest. Full of fascinating anecdotes, leadership philosophy and background stories of organizations, Win-Win Corporations is an inspiring read into what makes companies great. "

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304 Pages | ISBN13 9780670088676
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Dr Shashank Shah
Dr Shashank Shah
Shashank Shah is a visiting scholar at Harvard Business School and has a joint appointment as project director and fellow at the Harvard University South Asia Institute. An expert in the field of stakeholder management strategy and corporate responsibility, he has over 100 national and international publications to his credit. He was a recipient of the President of India and Governor’s Gold Medals for excellence in the MBA and MPhil programmes at Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning, and of the AIMS International Outstanding Doctoral Management Student Award at IIM Ahmedabad. A former visiting scholar at the Centre for CSR, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, he currently serves as editor-in-chief of the Harvard University Postdoctoral Editors Association.
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