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Shouvick Mukherjee on books that have made him what he is today

Shouvick Mukherjee on books that have made him what he is today

Shouvick Mukherjee, VP & CEO, Yahoo! India R&D talks about the books that have made him what he is today.

Shouvick Mukherjee, VP & CEO, Yahoo! India R&D Shouvick Mukherjee, VP & CEO, Yahoo! India R&D
Panic: The Story of Modern Financial Insanity
by Michael Lewis
This book is a collection of essays and articles about the biggest financial crises of the past two decades. It gives an insight into the scenario that resulted out of turbulent times, much like we have seen the financial market going through recently.

 Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap... and Others Don't
Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap... and Others Don't
by Jim Collins
This 2001-published management book aims to describe, as the name suggests, the transition of companies from average to great and why some organisations fail to make it big. It is one of the most influential business books that I have come across and has been an inspiration for me.

Surrounded by Geniuses: Unlocking the Brilliance in Yourself, Your Colleagues and Your Organisation
Surrounded by Geniuses: Unlocking the Brilliance in Yourself, Your Colleagues and Your Organisation
by Dr Alan S Gregerman
This book recognises that each one of us has strengths that make us special. It talks about the powerful stream of brilliant minds by encouraging leaders to look beyond their own expertise and practices. It had a hug impact on me.

Deception Point
Dan Brown
A racy read, this tech-thriller, with its thick plot and unpredictable twists is totally unputdownable. Books of this nature stimulate the mind.