Dare to Lead is a rare story of leadership that produced dramatic Anil K. Khandelwal is a former Chairman and Managing Director of Bank of. Dare to Lead is the fascinating story of how Anil K. Khandelwal transformed Bank of Baroda (BOB) from being just another public sector bank. A journey of trials and tribulations and immense success, People Matters reviews ‘Dare to lead’ – the transformation of Bank of Baroda, a book.

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Has rejecting Bell Curve really worked? If people in responsible positions speak lies- the trust and team building are the first casualties. This is the story of the leadership challenges, management solutions and personal and professional excitement the author experienced in transforming the year-old bank into a modern, daer, customer-centric bank.

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For HR, was about a lot of ‘anticipation’ – from tech to gig economy. I was ahil entirely unaware of what was really going wrong. The morale of the staff was low and customers were angry as the bank was failing to respond to the new environment. The speed had become our competitive advantage and the staff at all the levels passionately participated in all these changes.

Lea quickly drew up an action plan for the first days which included starting the technology project, rebranding the bank, structural changes to speed up decision-making in credit, customer-centric program like 8 am to 8 pm banking, 24 hour banking and opening of additional ATMs. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.


Article: Book Review: Dare To Lead by Dr. Anil K. Khandelwal

leaad Dinesh Pratap rated it it was amazing Jan 17, Credibility and courage are two important qualities. Sreedhar marked it as to-read Feb 12, Khandelwal Limited preview – Return to Book Page. These programs helped us to reach out to staff spread over about branches and they were passionate about the changes.

We initiated three powerful programs namely Sampark direct access to ChairmanSamadhan appointment of professional counsellors at large centres and Khoj talent search. Nishant marked it as to-read Oct 22, A champion for employees as well as for customers.

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Aug 11, Sharad Kumar rated it really liked it. There The book is a business autobiography of Mr. Narrated in a lucid manner by the author, who was the CEO of Bank of Baroda BOB for a tenure of three years, the book explores the trials, tribulations, joys, Anil list down his management tenets in the last chapter.

My library Help Advanced Book Search. Has rejecting Daee Curve really worked? Change, particularly systemic change in an organization of our size requires communication across levels – one that is authentic, clear, persistent, consistent and ubiquitous. Simultaneously, we wanted to remind them of the strong tradition of bonding with customers and our track record of performance.


Dare to Lead: The Transformation of Bank of Baroda

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Leadership is daily practice. Our focus on intangibles like the branding, technology, leadership khanvelwal the people processes eventually brought BOB back into the game.

Manage your Intangibles; Tangibles will Follow. The report, popularly known as Khandelwal committee, has led HR reforms in public sector banks.

Article: Book Review: Dare To Lead by Dr. Anil K. Khandelwal — People Matters

Our morning meetings included sessions of exploration, discovery, coaching, guiding and making everyone rise to a higher purpose. Key developments in the HR fraternity: Khandelwal, is a frank, passionate and often emotional account of all that transpired in his banking career over three decades. Why your employer branding team needs a back office. Such is their influence.

Ram Singh marked it as to-read Nov 14, In public limited companies, where performance is often taken for granted, Mr. Narrated in a lucid manner by the author, who was the CEO of Bank of Baroda BOB for a tenure of three years, the book explores the kjandelwal, tribulations, joys, challenges and excitement in transforming a leading year-old public sector bank into a modern, tech-savvy 21st century customer-centric bank.