Crazy Bosses/Sun Tzu Was a Sissy : A hilarious and tough-minded guide to winning the war of contemporary life. Sun Tzu was a Sissy teaches the reader how to make war, win and enjoy the plunder in the real world, where those who do not kick, gouge and grab are left behind at the table to pay the tab. Students of Bing will be taught how to plan and execute battles that hurt other people a lot, and advance their flags and those of their friends, if possible. All military strategies will be explored, from mustering, equipping, organizing, plotting, scheming, rampaging, squashing and reaping spoils. Every other book on The Art of War bows low to Sun Tzu. We're going to tell him to get lost and inform our readers how real war is currently conducted on the battlefield of life. Crazy Bosses: In this rapier-sharp guide, Stanley Bing, "Executive Summary" columnist for Esquire and frequent Wall Street Journal contributor, examines the five faces of crazy bosses - and how to deal with every aspect of the managerial monster. Drawing on hundreds of no-holds-barred interviews, he shows why crazy bosses rise and eventually fall - and offers specific, practical strategies that can help you manage your boss, and even profit when he or she flounders. "The greatest power you have is your sanity," writes Bing. Whether you work in a corporation, gas station, or orchestra pit, Crazy Bosses reveals how you can find and use that secret weapon. And remember, crazy bosses don't live forever - they eventually crack up, retire, or become consultants. Abridged on 5 compact discs. Read by the author.
|Negocios y Economia||Management|
|Humor||Topic - Business and Professional|