If these few could innovattion insurmountable odds, imagine what the nation with the second largest population in the world can do, if they only believed. A mans pure social cause of eliminating blindness which led him to create the most innovative assembly line, and supply chain innovations copied by the world 5. Chic shampoo and its marketing strategies the pouch to bring vy a retail revolution. It is one of the awesome books by porus munshi about the path breaking Indian businesses.
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Sep 04, gurpreet kaur rated it it was amazing Very inspiring, reassures faith in good intentions. Felt really good reading it, even gifted it to some friends. Jul 12, Rajeev rated it it was amazing Why are Indians so good at jugaad improvisation or quick-fixing but not at systemic innovation? What makes them better innovators when they reach foreign shores but not within our own country? Is our system built to stifle innovation?
If there are innovators who succeed within our system are there lessons to be extrapolated from such successes? And can these innovations be applied across sectors private, public, and social? Built around 11 case studies of Indians who made orbit shifting Why are Indians so good at jugaad improvisation or quick-fixing but not at systemic innovation?
And can these innovations be applied across sectors — private, public, and social? Examples in the book include that of a Hyderabad-based biotech company that developed a low-cost Hepatitis-B vaccine and made it globally affordable, a watch manufacturer that created the slimmest, water-resistant watch in the world — something that even the fabled Swiss watchmakers contended was impossible, and a police force that rewrote policing paradigms to bring law, order, and confidence in the police system in a communally volatile South Indian city, thus transforming it.
The innovative storytelling approach is sure to inspire every reader to set out on a similar journey. This book talks about India, a country literally gifted with the best of everything. Undoubtedly, Indians have among the best capabilities and talent in the world.
We unfortunately, lack an insatiable hunger to push the limits, to 5 stars are too little for this book. We unfortunately, lack an insatiable hunger to push the limits, to achieve the unimaginable, to change the world. Instead, these few chose, and would always choose, to aim for the impossible, or die trying. And what a difference these few have made. This book is simply a slap in the face for every excuse that any Indian has ever made, to stop herself or himself from changing the world.
If these few could overcome insurmountable odds, imagine what the nation with the second largest population in the world can do, if they only believed. If they only wanted it, at any cost. The book contains a lot of waffle. I however bought this book looking for inspiration and I did manage to get some.
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