Chitra Lele – A Versatile Writer
Monday, August 22, 2011
Posted by: BITSAA Newsletter
Chitra Lele, the record-setting author and management professional, launched her business book on Collaborative Team Management, "Organizational Democracy: Collaborative Team Culture: Key to Corporate Growth" in international book fairs for Delhi and Dubai. The book entered the much coveted India Book of Records as a part of Chitra's latest record "A Versatile Writer”.
Record Description: Chitra Lele penned a number of books in a span of 18 months starting from September 2008 to February 2010. These books belong to various genres – management, self-help, poetry, computer science and fantasy. Some of the books like “Organizational Democracy: Collaborative Team Culture: Key to Corporate Growth” and “The 6 Spheres of Life: Unlocking the Door to Success and Happiness” have already been published while others are in the pipeline. She penned more than 3,33,000 words in the nine books she completed.
Her latest book, Organizational Democracy was received well and earnt her rave reviews in the corporate world. It was lauded by hundreds of best-selling authors, business experts and management gurus like Mark Sobol, Marshall Goldsmith and many more. Best-selling author and management expert, Jack Zigon said, “Chitra Lele’s book offers a novel theory – ‘The Perfect Configuration’ for identifying and balancing the types of members present in a team. She also provides effective approaches, comprehensive examples and detailed worksheets for assembling well oiled self-driven teams.”
In Organizational Democracy, Chitra blended principles of business management and spirituality in a unique way through her novel theories and approaches, and this aspect makes the book universal in tone and applicable to all settings – personal, professional and social.
Her earlier book, The 6 Spheres of Life, received more than 70 Letters of commendation from world leaders, right from the Hon. President of India Smt. Pratibha Patil to Her Excellency Queen Elizabeth.
Recently, she was also honored with the “Distinguished Leadership Award 2011” from the Home of Letters (Orissa) for her commendable efforts in serving the noble cause of art, culture, education and literature.