Recommended for Human Resource Professionals and MBA Students
This book about how to build teams is a sequel to three earlier books, the first being ‘Business Drama: How Shakespearean Insights Help Leaders Manage Volatile Contexts’. This book, the fourth in the series which you are now holding in your hands, again leans on the Bard and links three Shakespearean characters with what Dr. Meredith Belbin, wrote in his book ‘Team Roles at Work’. Building teams – or rather building successful teams – is one of the most challenging tasks a manager has to accomplish successfully. This book gives a practical insight into how it can be done.
It uniquely links the distant Shakespearean past with a current management concept and examines the nature of the lessons which can be pulled out to address the issue of how to build teams. The book is strongly recommended for Human Resource professionals and students interested in this area.
Other books by Mohan Gopinath
About the Author
He has presented and published papers in national and international conferences/ journals in his areas of specialization as well as on aspects of Indian dance and music. He has conducted Management Development Programs for senior managers in his areas of specialization in the organizational development area in India and the Middle East. He has published seven books, including one (co-authored) titled ‘Business Drama: How Shakespearean Insights Help Leaders Manage Volatile Contexts’. His interest in Kathakali led him to write ‘The Actor Who Could Connect: the Genius of Kalamandalam Krishnan Nair’ (Kathakali actor). This book was selected by the American Library of Congress for inclusion in their data base, and also exhibited at the Paris World Book Fair in March 2019.