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IDl Book Review - The Winning Way
Transcript of IDl Book Review - The Winning Way
Sports & Management
Concept of Winning
Leadership & Teamwork
Goal Setting Theory
Affective Events Theory
Individual vs Team Goals
Types of Leaders
How SA chased 434?
How Aus won World Cup 2003?
Was Bangladesh too defensive?
Why did Colgate fail once?
The moment you put deadline on your dream, it becomes a goal - Harsha Bhogle
Can Everest be scaled without reaching Base Camp?
"What you achieve, is what you think you can"
How Ganguly motivated Irfan Pathan in his debut match
Ryan Giggs was made to sit on bench when Rooney and Ronaldo arrived
Quarter-Finals of FIFA World Cup 2006
"If you can't bowl him out,
bore him out"
Shane Warne transformed an average looking team into IPL champions
Sensitivity to follower needs
Characteristics of a
Clarity of vision
Follows unconventional ways to reach the goal
Escalation of Commitment
Projection makes Perception
"Worms in Chocolate" Controversy
Preconceived notions can lead to failure
Why Indian Hockey Team couldn't adapt?
Thank you !
Did Coca Cola underestimate
Expanded form of
Employee Oriented Leaders
Who was a better captain?
Imran's Can-do Attitude
Cadbury's "worms in chocolate"
Learnings from the Book
Correlate sports and management
Goals and how to achieve them
Leadership and its types
Critical Analysis of the book with respect to IDL frameworks
Application of frameworks to Sports & Management