Win-Win Corporations by Shashank Shah Review

Win-Win Corporations by Shashank Shah, Review

Win-Win Corporations: The Indian Way of Shaping Successful Strategies by Shashank Shah, Review


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Win-Win Corporations The Indian Way of Shaping Successful Strategies by Shashank Shah
Win-Win Corporations The Indian Way of Shaping Successful Strategies by Shashank Shah

Win-Win Corporations by Shashank Shah is about Why did Ratan Tata decide to pay for all the victims of 26/11 whether injured in Taj or elsewhere?

How did Hindustan Unilever develop a cheaper and better product to beat its competitor Nirma?

And How did TVS Motor Company craft a turnaround after breaking up with Suzuki and become the first two-wheeler company in the world to win the prestigious Deming Prize?

Let’s see How did Larsen & Toubro Construction complete the Tirumala Water Supply Project in just 77 days?

What do Taj Hotels, Hindustan Unilever, TVS Motor Company, Larsen & Toubro, HDFC Bank, and Bharat Petroleum have in common?

They are Win-Win Corporations! Based on over a decade of research, Dr. Shashank Shah identifies six Indian companies and tells you how they are truly outstanding in the way they do business. Each of them has remarkable practices when it comes to stakeholder management. Whether the stakeholder is a customer, employee, investor, vendor, dealer, or even society at large; these companies exemplify that looking at their interests doesn’t really mean compromising your own.

Often, the two complement each other and that is what makes it 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. It also tells you how you can make your company a Win-Win Corporation.

Full of fascinating anecdotes, eminent leaders speaking on their management philosophy, background stories of organizations, and an implementation toolkit, this book is an inspiring read into what makes companies phenomenal!


Editorial Reviews: 

‘Shashank takes us into the DNA of these successful companies and iconic brands with the ease of a master storyteller. He succinctly presents the history and underlying philosophy that built and holds these companies together. The human interest examples gleaned from the principal actors in each corporation make these nuggets practical and eminently readable and bring life to Win-Win Corporations whose journey Shashank as a raconteur takes us through as a consummate masterpiece. After a long time, we have a business book grounded in reality.’
– Ranjit Shahani Vice Chairman and Managing Director, Novartis India Ltd.

‘Stakeholder integration is one of the four pillars of Conscious Capitalism, and the one that presents the greatest challenge to leaders seeking to implement an approach to business that is rooted in synergistic rather than traditional trade-off thinking. Win-Win Corporations illuminates this critical aspect of business in a refreshing and compelling way. Through fascinating case studies of prominent Indian companies, Shashank Shah distills key insights that are highly useful for companies all over the world. My congratulations on a terrific book!’
– Raj Sisodia Professor of Global Business, Babson College; Co-founder and Co-Chairman, Conscious Capitalism Inc.

‘In this highly readable book, Shashank deals with the very important and relevant topic of stakeholder management by corporates. Drawing on history, his insights, and six very powerful cases, he demonstrates how stakeholder management actually creates better shareholder value. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and believe it provides learnings and implementable advice to those who want to build better companies through managing their stakeholders better.’
– Ajay Srinivasan CEO, Aditya Birla Capital

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Review: I’m still waiting for the book, as the author requested my review




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