Friday, February 8, 2008

Nippani Kalyan Sagar


"In the corporate jungle that most of us live in these days, the seventh sense is the ticket to freedom. How do you do that? Go back to nature and recollect what civilisation has made us forget. For instance, marketers can implement one such method by learning from denizens in nature, especially techniques like strategic aggression, mimicry and threat deflection."

Nippani Kalyan Sagar, author of 'The 7th Sense' (http://www.vivagroupindia.com/)

February 8, 11 am

5 comments:

Ramachandra Murty said...

Sagar is a mobile encyclopaedia,a philosopher,a management professional and simply said -an embodiment of all-in-one.he is Michael Foucoult or Jaque Derrida or Richard Habermas in making.Hevent read Seven Senses yet but I can sense what Sagar means. Kalyan Sagar means an Ocean (of knowledge)in the public well-being.Wishing him the best in all his future endeavours.
Murty(JNU)

GRC Murty said...

Sagar is turning out be a true desciple of Jean-Jacques Rousseau:a Michael Foucoult, Jurgen Habermas and Jaque Derrida in the making.Remained an intellectual enigma as a student but becoming a corporate philosopher.Kudos to him.

Real Estate in Hyderabad said...

This book is very very interesting. In the begining this man Sagar seems to be a Sociologist and this book is very very relavent in the context of the world we live in today. By the time I reached the end of the book he seems to become a Management guru/philosopher. I am looking forward to meet him.
Dr. Srinivasa Rao T. Management Consultant, Hyderabad

Sanjay said...

'A very uncommon insight into common sense wisdom.' The book written by Kalyan Sagar is a management bible, must for modern coprporate executives. His erudite writing style makes the book reading quite a joy. I wish him best of luck!
Sanjay Sinha

S.N. Alam said...

Many of us know what is taught in the mainstream B Schools. But Kalyan Sagar adds a new dimension to everyday techniques required of a manager in the modern corporate world. What you would not find in a textbook but nevertheless necessary to grow up to be a leader.