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Tuesday, September 25, 2007

MS Dhoni and a Management mantra..


 
 
Sometimes back, I remember reading some article "Dhonifying your career" - written for the freshers entering into their first profession. The article was how one should make maximum use of even the little opportunity provided, with powerful positive attitude.

Similarly, after yesterday's cricket match finals, MS Dhoni had to say about another interesting management mantra. When asked about his decision to use the new bowler Joginder Singh for the last 20th over, Dhoni said something similar to this below:

"Harbhajan wasn't confident of bowling good overs and the batsmen were comfortably hitting runs in his balls. So, instead, I decided to give the responsibly to a new bowler, who really want to prove his skills in the international cricket "

Though a highly risk decision, well done Dhoni. The decision, holds good for most of the professional career!!! Young and determined youngsters can really bring great changes!

On the other hand, I wasn't really happy about what the Pakistan captain Shoaib Malik had to say after that finals. He said :

"Thanks to all the Muslim nations who wanted us to win..."

A humble request to the Pakistan Captain (in case if he reads this) : in future , Please.. please.. please... don't bring Religion into Cricket.

I don't know why, but his words sounded something odd to me..

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2 Comments:

Blogger Vetty Officer said...

Here is what Shoaib Malik exactly said in his post-match speech:

"First of all I want to say something over here. I want to thank you back home Pakistan and where the Muslim lives all over the world.."

When reading this now, I don't think Malik meant it intentionally . I guess he wanted to say - "..all pakistanis living all over the world"

He should have been a little nervous at that time. This happens to most of us as well...

Anyways, I wish he needs to be a little careful in future.

cheers,
Vetty Officer.

7:54 AM  
Blogger N.Shankar said...

Being a captain of a side, and the one who is very much used to all the attention .. (particularly after being appointed the captain).. and the one who should have been experienced in facing the media and the press conference by now.. (remember he is in the international scene for quite long)., i dont think he would have been nervous by then....

9:31 PM  

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