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The Human Machine or Secrets of Success

E.R. Thompson (Author) S.K. Bhatia (Editor)
Synopsis This book containing 80 articles, tells you that possibilities inherent in the human machine are infinite and most articles can claim to be regarded as signposts to the borderland of a country that is, at present, largely unexplored. The first chapter 'Learn to Think' discusses about forces governing the human body i.e. habit. From getting up in the morning to lying down at night, nine-tenths of our actions are automatic. The second chapter deals with 'How to Get up' the third-Be Punctual' fourth 'Don't Worry' etc. In al it deals in articles touching your heart in each and every thing. Further chapters deal in -'The Drill Sergeant', 'Doing Nothing', 'Be Interested', 'Oiled Wheels', 'A Willing Servant', 'Wasted Power', 'How to Concentrate (4 Parts), "Thinking Success', Ladder Building', 'Conquering Shyness', 'Kim's Game', 'Learning to Observe', 'Name and Faces', 'Learning Poetry', Our Memory Game', 'A Few Rules', 'Curing the Blues', 'Those Nerves'. 'Think Straight', 'How to Make Money', 'The Holiday Mind' 'Character Building', 'Human Donkeys', 'The Power House', 'Eyes Front!', 'Exercising The Will', 'The Concrete Problem', 'The Cross-Roads', 'Men as Gods', 'False Pride', 'The Uphill Road', 'The Lighted Way', 'Day Dreams', 'On Guard', 'Danger', 'Look Outwards', 'Amoeba-Men', 'The Physical Base', 'Fear', 'Courage', 'Facing Fear', Courage and Fear', The Open door', 'Holding Your Own', 'Self-Realisation', 'Self-Development', 'Never Say Die', 'Seek Your Self, 'Well-Fitting Tights', 'Fighting To Win', 'Leaders to Nowhere', 'Automatic Machinery', 'Playtime', 'Think first', 'That tired Feeling', 'Think for Yourself', 'Being Original', 'Brains and Bumps', 'Tremendous Trifles', 'Dangerous Details, 'Minds and Mobs', Tennis Tips', 'The Living Mechanism', 'Common Sense', Bose Tints', Moral Courage', 'Mental Revolt', 'General Intelligence'. After Reading the book, you will come back to the same point think, think hard, think with originality and think logically, but think and keep on thinking.
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About the author

S.K. Bhatia

S.K. Bhatia is a professional consultant in Human Resource Management, trainer, counselor and author. He is corporate trainer and conducts workshops and need-based training programmes on Human Resource Development for public and private sector organization. He is senior faculty for MBA and Post-Graduate Diploma in Personnel Management in various Business Management institutions. He is “Accredited Management Teacher” by all India Management Association, New Delhi. He has over four decades of experience as practitioner in HRM Industrial Relations, Training, Organisation Development etc. He has been associated with the establishing of Human Resource and IR functions in factories/units and has been involved in formulation, co-ordination and implementation of these policies, in senior positions as Addl. General Manager, BHEL and as Director, Personnel, Oil India Ltd. After his Master’s degree, he obtained degree in Law from Delhi University In 1956 and took post-graduate diploma in Personnel Management from Calcutta University. He was selected in 1976 from BHEL, as a fellow under the “Action Learning Programme” of the Bureau of Public Enterprises, Government of India. Mr. Bhatia has attended a number of seminars and was specially sponsored to attend “ILO Modular Training” in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia/Singapore in March 1984. He has also attended General Mangement Programme for Top Management Personnel in Public Enterprises at Administrative Staff College of India. Hyderabad and in Yugoslavia during June 1987. He had the benefit of participating in several specialized professional traning programmes conducted by Administrative Staff College of India, Hyderabad, IIMs, NPC, BHEL, MDI, etc. He is Corporate Member of National Institute of Personnel Management, Calcutta. He has published a number of books and has written many articles which have appeared in professional journals/dailies. His papers won “Shriram Awards” for two consecutive years, i.e. 1984 and 1985 from Delhi Management Association for the best adjudged papers in their Journal. He is the recipient of “Escorts 1987 for his contribution to the Understanding of management practices through his book “Principles and Techniques of Personnel Management”. Mr. Bhatia has organized two institutions of which he is founder Director, (i) Indian Institute for Management of Absenteeism (IIMA), New Delhi in 1989, (ii) Human Resource Management Foundation (HEMF), New Delhi.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Human Machine or Secrets of Success
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 5th ed.
Publisher Gita Enterprises
Language: English
isbn 8187877170
length 92p., 22cm.