About the BookManagers are the inviolable and solid pillars of organisations on which depends the prosperity of the establishment they work for. With the privatisation policy of the Government of India, the number of organisations under the management of private ownership is on the increase, and in order to take such organisations to the zenith of efficiency, competent managers are the need of the day.
The book How to Become an Efficient Manager deals with the practical aspects on a number of matters which the managers ought to know in order to improve their skill-set and work with utmost efficiency and effectiveness. The essential attributes of a manager working in an organisation have been briefly explained in separate, self-contained chapters to give focused attention to each of the qualities such as creative ideas, team spirit, motivation, writing skill, leadership, cooperation, trustworthiness, ability to handle tough situations, among others. Many important issues, which the persons working in managerial capacity must know, have been discussed through questions and answers in a separate chapter.
The book will be highly useful to the working managers and all those who have an ardent desire to become managers of organisations in their future career.About the Author/sS.K. Tarafder has worked as a Senior Manager for sixteen years with an organisation of national repute till his retirement. He was crowned with the success of getting departmental promotions at successive stages by virtue of his maturity of thought, sound academic qualifications, mental acumen, personality, problem-solving capacity and above all, possessing managerial qualities. During the course of his working as Senior Manager at the helm of affairs, he was also an accredited member of Merchant Chambers of Commerce, Kolkata where he had the rare opportunity to come in direct contact with a galaxy of intellectuals. While working as Senior Manager he also had the privilege of being a member of the interview board of the organisation. He acted as President of the Government Affiliated Commercial Institutes’ Association of West Bengal for six years from 1998 to 2003. His practical experience made a great contribution in giving shape to his views and beliefs, as manifested in the books authored by him.