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Delhi Metro is getting international recognition. Harvard Business School and Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, have picked up Delhi Metro Rail Corporation's (DMRC) management strategies for further study. That Metro man E. Sreedharan's style of functioning has impressed many was evident from the case studies by the two business schools which dwell on his feat of completing projects before deadlines. This was revealed at the launch of a book on the management strategies that spelt Delhi Metro's success.
Penned by DMRC's chief spokesperson, Anuj Dayal, the book explores the journey of Delhi Metro from conception to operation stage in detail, giving full credit to Sreedharan, who is now enjoying his post-retirement days. "The book, '25 Management Strategies for Delhi Metro's Success: The Sreedharan Way", was released by Sreedharan's successor Mangu Singh, who effused praise on his predecessor. The book also talks about all powers being vested with the managing director and cites it as one of the principal reasons for the organization's success. In the book, Dayal says integrity of the people involved in building the system, professional competency, cleanliness and safety, crisis management and delegation of powers are some strategies that are followed at Delhi Metro. In his speech about Delhi Metro's journey, Singh said, "It was the biggest infrastructure project ever taken up in the country. We didn't have expertise in this field. But Sreedharan tasted success".
Courtesy: Times of India
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