Stay hungry stay foolish: the inspiring stories of 25 IIM Ahmedabad graduates who chose to tread a path of their own making

By: Bansal, Rashmi
Publisher: Ahmedabad IIM, Ahmedabad 2008Description: 325 p.ISBN: 9381626715; 9788190453011Subject(s): Success story - EntrepreneursDDC classification: 923.3804 Summary: Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish, written by Rashmi Bansal -- herself an alumnus of IIM-A -- describes how 25 students of the premier B-school chose the path less trodden and successfully built new business and organizations. According to her, these entrepreneurs represent various age groups. They also differ in outlook and the industries they made a mark in, but have one thing in common -- they all believe in the power of their dreams. One of the success stories in the book is about R Subramanian, an engineer from IIT Madras who graduated from IIM-A in 1989. Subramanian was hired by Citibank but within 15 days of joining he quit the job as he felt restless and wanted to do something more. And today that something has turned out to be one of India's largest grocery chain -- Subhiksha, which has over 1, 030 stores nationwide.
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Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish, written by Rashmi Bansal -- herself an alumnus of IIM-A -- describes how 25 students of the premier B-school chose the path less trodden and successfully built new business and organizations. According to her, these entrepreneurs represent various age groups. They also differ in outlook and the industries they made a mark in, but have one thing in common -- they all believe in the power of their dreams. One of the success stories in the book is about R Subramanian, an engineer from IIT Madras who graduated from IIM-A in 1989. Subramanian was hired by Citibank but within 15 days of joining he quit the job as he felt restless and wanted to do something more. And today that something has turned out to be one of India's largest grocery chain -- Subhiksha, which has over 1, 030 stores nationwide.

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