Thursday, 19 November 2015

Debut book of Abhaidev - Maybe this or Maybe that






"More than telling the capability of an individual, the B-School  which one is branded with, rather tells us how much the individual is willing to compromise"

“Yes we can even sell rotten eggs, if not to people as food since it is unethical, then to the shampoo companies”

"If you are a person who utterly despises Saas Bahu Indian TV soaps, if you hate the way the female characters in these TV soaps are hatching conspiracies against each other, and their serious and crooked faces being zoomed in with a flashing effect, well think again, probably we all are doing the same at our workplaces too."

With Insightful as well as witty words like these the author Abhaidev in his debut book- Maybe This or Maybe That, has tried to present MBA through the spectacles of humor and satire. The book is a quick read and shatters common misconceptions people have about an MBA degree.

This book Maybe This or Maybe That is not only for those of us who either have or aspire to have a business degree but also for those who are curious about it, in some way or the other. The language is almost un-MBA type, thus making the book worth read for even those who are slightly related to the world of MBA or otherwise. The book contains short stories, anecdotes, case studies and funny incidents which holds the book together and give it a smooth flow. The author is successful in trying a new style of writing.

Abhaidev in his debut book-“Maybe this or maybe that – 37 things we didn’t learn in B-Schools” has tried articulating what many MBA graduates have thought of but couldn’t. Worth read for those who have “been there, done that” and also for those who aspire to join the MBA brethren in the near future.

The author Abhaidev is the pen name of Mayank Chandna, an MDI Gurgaon alumnus. He quit his boring investment banking career to venture into the ‘exciting’ world of writing, something he had always dreamt of as a child. 

You can buy book from here


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