Wednesday, 18 September 2019

Who Stole My Job by Sunil Mishra | Book Review

Summary:

Creative Tech has been one of the most successful IT companies in India during the last two decades. Only that it has started faltering of late. In a challenging and tumultuous business set-up, Marshal Scott, a newly hired American CEO, embarks on a transformation journey that starts on a high note, but soon gets entangled with many unexpected issues.

The employees experience disenchantment with the demanding leadership, frequent policy changes and cultural confl¬icts. Satvik, a mid-level manager sees the direct implications of these changes that lead to multiple business disruptions and exits of many of his colleagues.

Will things ever be same the again? Can Creative Tech tide over the disruption wave and reclaim its glorious past? What does employment mean for individuals and the corporate in the new digital world? Will the future of work be different from what was perfected after the Industrial Revolution?


Author:

Sunil Mishra

Publisher:

Srishti Publishers

Release date:

April 10th, 2019

No. of Pages:

Paperback, 192 Pages

The story is about IT company called Creative Tech. The company recently has appointed a new American CEO, Marshal, which embarks on a transformation journey that starts on a high note, but soon gets entangled with many unexpected issues. The two main characters Vikas and Satvik who are working in this company are looking for a start up and to discover themselves.

The language of the book is simple and easy to understand. The title is appropriate for the plot and creates a curiousity about the book. There are enough elements in the plot to just keep you wanting to know what in the world is going to happen next. I really enjoyed the plot and conclusion to the story as well as the supporting characters, all vividly detailed and varied and important to the plot.

The book is an intriguing read with a unique plot and an appealing storyline. I would recommend this book to those who are interested in this industry. I am looking forward to read more books by the author.

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