Winning is important , but winning with right spirit, ethics and professionalism is equally important to keep human values alive - ABSUM
Genre : Self Help , Inspirational Fiction
Rating : ✬✬✬✬⋆/✬✬✬✬✬
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
ABSUM is a Software Professional and an avid traveler. His love for chess prompted him to become a chess coach and trains young kids to be better at a game which he calls “A game that teaches you to be better professional." He is a strong advocate of learning from sports for management and believes that management professionals have much more to learn from sports than any book on management.
ABOUT THE BOOK
It happened in Bengaluru is an extremely engaging book that delivers an interesting perspective of ever changing IT field. This narrative brings out a very intelligent parallel between the game of chess and skills to succeed in the workplace. The author’s imagination, writing skills is a testimony to the fact that this articulation could be bought out only by a chess genius.
One of the classic lessons from the game of chess and which is my favorite too is well expressed by the author in the following lines
The reason’s of our action should be a wish of future and not a fact from our past.
A piece of work with a lot of insights that leaves the reader enthralled and intrigued analogous comparison of workplace success and the Game of Chess.