Surprisingly it had in it; moments, dialogs, scenes and interactions that could be worthy of being featured in top management books as lessons for future leaders and organizations alike Spoiler Alert — Do not proceed, if you have not seen the movie.
The company soon becomes successful because of its dedication to excellent customer service. He excelled at cracking deals through his interpersonal skills and showing his customers the value he would bring to them.
When Happy starts getting returns, he ensures he pays his vendor and keeps that relationship that started off on simple trust and goodwill; - Learning — Make Vendors a partner in the growth journey of your organization and they would go all out to ensure you are successful.
Other disgruntled employees of AYS find their way to Rocket Sales — a place where even the guy who serves tea is an equal partner because he brings talent to the table. After thoroughly insulting him and firing both him and his partners, the MD has Harpreet sign a contract handing over Rocket Sales to him for a final compensation of Re.
What he was passionate was about Sales, Customer Service and Leadership.
Kaun kya kar sakta hai, kise kya karne mein mazza aata hai. However, AYS is unable to maintain Rocket Sales' commitment to customer satisfaction because of its cold and greedy personnel.
Although it does not make much profit. He was never shy of folding his sleeves and working with the team. Celebrate their success and support their failures. Would be great if you saw the movie and then read the article 1.
Customer is King, Vendors are no less — Happy does not have capital when he starts his computer business. Harpreet starts a relationship with Sherena, his first client, whose fashion business had failed.