An interview of mine was carried by The Hindustan Times, a widely circulated national daily, in a section devoted to business, called Mint. Here is a link to the interview:
This interview was in connection with another book of mine, that I have not talked about on this blog. The reason, as I have explained to myself, is that this blog is dedicated to satire and irreverence whereas this, the other book, is a serious business book.
But so what? It is still my book. And this is my space. So here are the details:
Name: Some Method Some Madness, Managing BPO in India
Publisher: Tata McGraw Hill
Price: INR 550- in India, USD 27.50 in the US
Synopsis: This book seeks to capture the essence of managing the diverse and ever-changing domain of BPO business and the day-to-day challenges and possibilities that are faced and offered by the industry. It should serve as a convenient guide for all those who aspire to carve out a career in the BPO business.
In India, this book is available on various websites. The link to buying it on Flipkart is:
In the US, it is available on amazon.com on the following link:
I have also added a link to this book in the column on the right.
17 thoughts on “The other book”
Congratulations Ankur – well done and I’m so proud of you.
What a way to start the week 🙂
Thank you Eric. I value your opinion.
Congratulations Sir. 🙂
Thanks Allwin. Ankur sounds better than sir 😉 Everyone is equal in the blogosphere.
Well then. Congratulations Ankur. 🙂
Since they’re both on business, Ankur, yes, discuss both here. In my case, my books go from the Naval Academy to tech ed. Not much overlap there!
Thank you Jacqui. Yes, that is a perspective – both are business books and hence they have something in common.
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Well done, Ankur. I admire the way you tackle the topic from both a serious and a humorous perspective. Good luck with the book.
Thank you Tony. Value your feedback.
Am working on sepf pub cartoon books manufactured local printer. The binding(perfect binding) is making things cost prohibitive.
What I have realised over the last year is that publishing a book is neither an easy, nor a money-making activity. It adds to your profile and could, in a very few cases, lead to spin-off benefits. I do hope you are able to get your collection to market.
Great Synopsis! Congratulation! I am so proud of you! I will also check this out!
Thanks once again!
Not a problem Ankur!