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Feb 10, Maniissh Aroraa rated it really liked it.
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But Kishore Biyani wanted to enter the retail chain business. Both emphasized on comsumer first policy and have led innovation in retailing.
It Happened in India
The Infidels of Mecca by Abbas Indiz. Sep 02, Ravish rated it really liked it. Slightly repetitive but much refreshing read on managerial thought process – less process orientation, hierarchy, review and analysis- more of imagination, speed, observation and intuition. The chapter on design thinking was a refreshing idea for me and it was good to know that Future group is implementing lot of it.
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Good informative book, but gets repetitive and sometimes a tad boring. It Happened In India is the story of Kishore Biyani and the Big Bazaar phenomenon, the story of a businessman who refused to fit into the traditional confines of his family business and ended up creating a successful retail chain. This line in the book was the most educational: Khushwant Singh on Humour: Amit Joshi rated it liked it Apr 23, Biyani seems much like India’s Sam Walton, not because he built a fortune in retailing but because they had a very similar thinking process.
Share your thoughts with other customers. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. I am not sure if I did like this book. Much of KB’s personality is evident in the way the book has been written – fast-flying, non-pretentious and in-your-face.
Jan 06, Rajaseelan Manavalan rated it really liked it. Certified BuyerBengaluru. Kishore Biyani is really the retail king of India.
Also one big advantage of this book is that it’s in Indian setting so it’s a little easy to relate to the events and details mentioned at times. These small reminders kept reminding Kishoreji about his main goal of serving the retail customers but in Bhartiya style.
The book gives some good insights about running a large retail business and building a group of businesses. Aug 03, Sanjay Gautam rated it did not like it. This book is a must read for all budding entrepreneurs and those upcoming MBAs and all those who want to work in the commerce field They are more of like eyeopeners. A very motivating life story Employees are allowed to make mistakes and also to learn from them.
Certified BuyerRanchi. This makes it an interesting reading as we get multiple viewpoints on a story. Living people Businesspeople from Mumbai. Given that it is dated, Kisore love to read a sequel on how Future Group grew from – His way of understanding indian customers and his vision. Modern retailing was first introduced by him and later many others followed.
This is not correct. But a request to everyone, as soon as you receive any book ksihore flipkart please check the MRP of the book usually printed on the back side of the book. Well I am not of the type for which this book is aimed at. It gave me a lot of insights not only in retail business but in every aspects of entrepreneurship, business models, innovation, creativity Kishore Biyani is a motivating person at the least and the raja of the retail sector in India.
It Happened in India by Kishore Biyani
Whenever the customer arrived, a deputy would take up the sale by displaying various products to the happenedd. Summary Of The Book Growing up in a joint family, Kishore Biyani was expected to eventually follow his father and uncles and join their textile mill business.
Dipayan Baishya is a business writer. Business Biographies are not guides. However, you find him to be a person driven with the single-minded purpose of satisfying the infinitely diverse Indian consumer base.
It was around this time, in Novemberthat he married Sangita Rathi and also made his first venture into business on his own account, commissioning the manufacture of some fashionable fabric for sale to garment manufacturers. He would say, ‘I don’t want the fancy MBA-types.