If Dodos Knew Taekwondo!

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Book Description

A very interesting analogy has been drawn between the dwindling Dodo population and a company sailing through troubled waters. Once able-bodied pigeons could fly long distances but they evolved to become flightless Dodo birds over several generations. They were unable to protect themselves against predators when the need arose and hence, became extinct. If the Dodos knew the basic lessons of Taekwondo then they would have lived to this date. Four Management Lessons to be learnt from Dodos are: 1) Recognize the forces of destruction, embrace your fears and think strategy! 2) Adapt to the world as it is now, not as it was! 3) Stretch your limits. Take calculated risks, not reckless risks! 4) Stay in the game & fight back adversity! Many factories and organizations go through ‘ups’ & ‘downs’. If an organization has demoralized workforce, it needs new ideas or strategies to revive the fighting spirit. Without it, it is bound to feel vulnerable or even succumb to it. If the people in the factory are empowered to adapt, evolve and fight back adversity, they will eventually emerge as healthy and high performing organizations. ‘If Dodos Knew Taekwondo!’ has been honored to receive various reviews from Management experts and Industry leaders who have recommended the book for its simple way of explaining management jargons through real life story snippets. A must-read for Management students, mid and senior management executives. Enjoy the book and leave your comments in the review section.

Product Details

  • Reading level: 10+ years
  • Paperback: 165 pages
  • Publisher: SANBUN; New Edition edition (2016)
  • Language: English
  • Price: INR 400 280 + Delivery charges (INR 50)
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