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An ok book

Feb 27, 2013 11:12 AMRead

I read this book several years back and came across the part where he mentions how Dhirubhai Ambani made a small fortune in Yemen when he realized that the coins issued by the government were a lot more valuable than the currency itself.Now I may not know the laws in foreign countries, but I...Read More

A passionate dezire...

Jul 14, 2012 08:02 PMRead

The experience I had while reading this book was indifferent to those with the others.a sudden, strange feeling of a passion, an urge, a desire, a dare, self confidence $ faith run into my veins. I started believing that yes miracles follow faith and passion can defy destiny. yes I can! yes I sh...Read More

A total waste

Oct 15, 2011 01:15 PMRead

I bought this book because of the hype it had.when I started reading it felt interesting.But that feeling lasted only for a few pages.First chapter is inspiring from there on wards it is a total disaster.Even a small child can infer the things he had listed below theory i.The theory I is som...Read More

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Super Chicken

Oct 07, 2011 02:49 PMRead

Count your chickens before they hatchCount Your Chicken Before They Hatch, is the maiden book written by noted economist and  In ternationally Acclaimed Management Guru Prof.Arindam Chaudhuri.  Professor Chaudhuri is the Dean, Centre for Economic Research and Advanced Studies at IIPM(The Ind...Read More

The Indian way

Oct 22, 2008 07:36 AMRead

CYCBTH has its own style of management and understanding it, with an indian context. Applying the ultimate gita style to the management is apt and Sri Krishna is the Ultimate manager one can ever imagine. Starting from individual perssonality development to mavro level management tasks like lead...Read More

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Bhagavad Gita - the best management startegy!

Oct 02, 2007 06:30 PMRead

Successful people do not wait for things to happen. They make things happen. This is the essence of the book – “Count your chickens before they hatch” - a bestseller by Arindam Chaudhuri. He is the same guy who sports a pony tail, is professionally attired, has a yuppie appearance and drives a C...Read More


Jul 21, 2007 07:26 PMRead


It's a Great Book

Mar 05, 2006 02:29 PMRead

Yes, I found this book very pragmatic . I think the title ''Count Your Chicken Before they Hatch'' is not against of Indian Spiritual Leader GITA.yes In Gita it is not mentioned that don't count your chickens. what it's mean is to have a vision, a goal not the results.Gita only says ...D...Read More

Chicken Brain!!

Jan 19, 2006 11:13 PMRead

CYCBTH is a trully indian book as far as its essence and context goes, by an indian, to an indian, for an indian!!!The book starts on a pretty boring note, it however gets really interesting later....but Arindam chaudhuri successfully manages to understand the indian mind and finally lik...Read More

I have started counting my chicken, when will you?

Oct 14, 2004 11:30 AMRead

The Mahabharatha and the Gita could soon be an inspiration for many managers and businessmen, professor Arindam Chaudhuri ?.has picked up threds from these two epics and built the leadership success multiplier model of ?Theory ?i? Managemet? ?(Financial Express, 15-04-2001)Man proposes, ...Read More


Oct 04, 2004 02:28 PMRead

This is a good book giving excellent lessons on management.One of the greatest contributions of India to the world is Holy Gita. The managent lessons in this holy book were brought in to light of the world by divine Maharshi Mahesh Yogi.Maharishi calls the Bhagavad-Gita the essence of Ve...Read More

A must read book

Mar 12, 2004 10:53 AMRead

I?m no great fan of management books. This is the first management book I?m reading. I picked it up because of it?s title which is contrary to the proverb which says ? Don?t count your chickens before they hatch?. The first chapter is regarding the making of the book.Arindam talks about how ...Read More

Click here to achieve success

Feb 26, 2004 11:31 AMRead

Count Your Chickens Before They Hatch. A very good book. I really enjoyed reading this book and I'm impressed by all the examples provided.Through this inspirational, engaging, informative, and visionary work, the management guru, Prof. Arindam Chaudhury reveals how understanding the powerfu...Read More

Egging us all.. Brilliance bombarded!!

Nov 06, 2003 11:18 AMRead

Count Your Chickens Before They HatchA Must-Read for All Aspiring LeadersMy entire gratitude to mothshut website and the lady Raguni Sinha for writing a review that made me buy this book. Thanks Ragini, it was great help!A very good book. I really enjoyed reading this book and I'm im...Read More

Rewriting success, the Indian way

Oct 24, 2003 10:56 AMRead

Sample this: Every time you are about to sign a big contract in life, expect to meet with a fatal accident while getting out of the car….. So what if you have written your exams to your utter satisfaction; do not rejoice, but anticipate that your paper will get exchanged with that of t...Read More

So very Indian.. original and brave

Oct 22, 2003 12:19 PMRead

Extraordinary… insightful...an eye opener… With a unique perspective on management, CYCBTH is a breather for the emerging Indian business genre.I am a management student at IMT ghaziabad (distance learning) and 5000 copies of this book were given to all our batchmates as ...Read More

Be a forage sponge with this one!!

Aug 26, 2003 02:56 PMRead

Many of us are reluctant to take the initiative or even the slightest risk for the fear of losing.Prof.Choudary asks such people- ''Do we live expecting extremes to take care of our lives?? And then, expect success to be with us too??''''And hence,'' he says,''one should be daring enough...Read More


Jun 18, 2003 11:11 AMRead

Hey friends, I purchased this book, cause I was mainly interested in theory 'i' management. Acutally, I feel that the main content of this book is this india centric management style which Mr.Chawdhri has suggested. The examples used are really striking and good.But the other contents regard...Read More

Truly Theory i (read as Self Promotion) Management

Apr 08, 2003 05:23 PMRead

If there is one thing that stands upto everything that has been said in the book it must be Theory-i-Management. Don’t get me wrong! I am not suggesting you to dig deep into this so called theory to become stalwarts! I am refering to the self-centered and self-promoting style in which ...Read More

A refresher course

Aug 16, 2002 11:31 AMRead

Although I am yet to finish last 10-12 pages of the book I feel tempted to share my opinion on the book.i read it on my night long journey from delhi to mumbai in train and found the book to be a good companion. there are a feew areas where one could point improvements in the book, yet I fee...Read More

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