Monday, May 20, 2024

Chandramouli Venkatesan’s third book TRANSFORM

Widely known for his bestseller books Catalyst and Get Better at Getting Better, the late Chandramouli Venkatesan’s third book titled TRANSFORM was completed just before he succumbed to pancreatic cancer. It was intended to be a part of a longer series of books he wanted to write to help guide people to better navigate their careers. In this new book, published by Penguin, Mouli does what he does best, highlighting the most important ways to grow and improve through a key skill – people management.

Having a proven 29-year track record across companies like Asian Paints, Onida, Mondelez (erstwhile Cadbury) and Pidilite, Mouli has worked across multiple disciplines and brings all his experience to life through the insights he provides in this

During his career, Mouli observed that people management skills are a near
universal requirement in all industries, and their impact in making a person
successful is high. He also found that the people at the top are not necessarily the
most technically competent or the most creative, but they were almost always good
leaders and managers – making them good at people management. He viewed
people management as one of the four key levers to achieving success in one’s life
& work.

On book, Mr. Anand Kripalu, Managing Director & CEO, EPL says, “Mouli has
been one of my best reportees. The book shares insights on people management to help young managers move up the corporate ladder fast. I am sure the book will leave a lasting impact and accelerate the careers of those who read it.”

Dr. Ranjan Banerjee, Dean – BITSoM, says, “How do you grow your people and
in doing so, grow yourself? As somebody who has been both CEO and HR
head, Mouli is/was uniquely placed to speak about this. Clear, simple and
actionable, this is a must read for both aspiring and current leaders.”

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