Book: Corporate Crap - Lessons Learned from 40 Years in Corporate America by Howard Harrisoncategories: Book, Business, Management, Corporations, Careers, Business Practices, Humor, Office Practices, Meetings, Employees, Hiring, Engagement, Corporate Culture
Howard Harrisonabout this book: They say laughter is the best medicine. So, for everyone out there who is sick of their job -- and I'd guess that's most of us -- you may find some relief in "Corporate Crap: Lessons Learned from 40 Years in Corporate America." "This book was hilarious!" said one reviewer. Kirkus Reviews calls it "an iconoclastic, consistently wise breakdown of the inanities of corporate life."
While "Harvard Business Review" might be a better source for a serious examination of workplace issues, the insights in Corporate Crap are not trivial. They are based on four decades of experience working for and with dozens of organizations. Companies invest millions to improve their corporate cultures, yet most employees feel as powerless and dissatisfied with their jobs as ever. Why? Corporate Crap.
For anyone who has ever worked in an office environment, Corporate Crap "will strike readers as a breath of fresh air," said Kirkus. "Harrison writes with complete candor and devilish wit, making the content engaging and amusing." Whether it's meetings, performance reviews, brainstorming or bosses from hell, Corporate Crap calls out the craziness and offers a healthy perspective to those on the corporate treadmill.
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