The Chappell Way (B): A Case Study in Team Building and Group Dynamics
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In June 2005, Chappell, the legendary former Australian cricketer, joined as coach of the Indian national cricket team (Refer to Exhibit I for Greg Chappell: A fact-file)...
The Decline Begins
The team had a very nice run in the one-day internationals (ODIs) after the likes of Ganguly, Zaheer, and Nehra were left out of the team...
Ganguly Makes a Successful Comeback
After this setback in the ODIs, the selectors decided to include Ganguly, who had had a few good knocks in domestic cricket, in the test team despite strong opposition from Chappell and Dravid...
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