Spiritual Culture in the Corporate Drama: To Revolutionise Role Excellence and to Make Winners All in the Workplace

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iUniverse, 2003 - Business & Economics - 148 pages
In poetic style, in novel, easy reading format, the author commends to the corporate personnel two reality-based cultures -- the stage culture and the spiritual culture. With these cultures, he deduces that role excellence becomes a joy and corporate well-being a certainty.


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I have read the book with my quest of locating the difference between excellence and spirituality at the workplace or and in every sphere of life.
At the outset ,I was intrigued and confused . Later
, I could discover its originality and creative mode of reaching the readers . It was splendid. Readability and its comprehension were far easier than it would. I was curious to go through both from my poetic and content quest. Later I sensed it was not poetry. Why the author had chosen to place the poetic mode of placing the prose. It was strange and funny I told myself.No sooner the author's intent was understood. I got the meaning and purpose. and
My passion for drama and poetry had added agenda. A beautiful and powerful analysis of two words spirituality and excellence with metaphoric description has been described with incredible conceptual clarity. However, I missed the analogy, role plays, miniatures cases and its application with clear corporate scenes and examples. I am afraid, many would run away after they view the first few pages of the book. It offers novelty but blocks those who are so accustomed to set traditional reading patterns and habits.

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