The Chappell Way (A): A Case Study in Team Building and Group Dynamics
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A Clash of Personalities
Chappell had some reservations against Ganguly's ability to lead the side. He favored Dravid as the captain as he felt that in the current situation, Dravid was better placed to lead the team...
Rebellion in the Ranks?
Some of Ganguly's team-mates, most notably Harbhajan, stood by their captain. Harbhajan said that the allegations leveled against Ganguly were incorrect...
The Guru has Arrived
Between September 2005 and April 2006, India won an unprecedented 16 consecutive ODIs while batting second80...
On the Right Track?
With the team hitting a purple patch, experts felt that there were indications that it was moving in the right direction...
Exhibit I: Some of Chappell's Predecessors
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