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Games within Games was not written with any game plan in mind but was rather conceived to facilitate the examination of a key area of management, leadership and often the lack of it, with an ease of approachability which is at once entertaining and enlightening. It was, indeed, a challenge to balance the two.The book is the happy result of the author's three and half decades of service with the Government of India which accorded him with the opportunity to be with all manner of bosses: the good, the bad and the ugly. They all mattered, in their own way, their presence was sometimes commanding, sometimes demanding and sometimes reminding. They all served a purpose to exemplify themselves, some as leaders with a difference and others with an indifference.The book, hopefully, will serve its purpose of learning with laughter which, regretfully, not many management books manage to achieve. There's some joy in sacrificing oneself at the altar of humour rather than being the proverbial sacrificial lamb.