Hallway Meetings: Corporate Life Without the Spin [NOOK Book]

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Whether you are already a member of the vast, decentralized leper colony called the unemployed or on the next layoff list, you’ll probably enjoy this no-spin lampoon of corporate America. All the things that really go on inside a big organization, from company policies banning slappy shoes to the CEO’s multiple Fortresses of Solitude. From the Accounting Department to the Witness Protection Department. From the crocodiles swimming in the moat around the Executive Wing to the ...
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Hallway Meetings: Corporate Life Without the Spin

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Overview

Whether you are already a member of the vast, decentralized leper colony called the unemployed or on the next layoff list, you’ll probably enjoy this no-spin lampoon of corporate America. All the things that really go on inside a big organization, from company policies banning slappy shoes to the CEO’s multiple Fortresses of Solitude. From the Accounting Department to the Witness Protection Department. From the crocodiles swimming in the moat around the Executive Wing to the Cubicle Bison that roam the endless cubicle grasslands.
Once you strip all the spin and verbosity from the usual company blather, what you have is the Navajo code of Hallway Meetings.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012348241
  • Publisher: J. Ulen and Laurel Ulen Curtis
  • Publication date: 3/16/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 56 KB

Meet the Author

Author of “Knot So Funny” and “Just How Long IS Ever After?”, J. Ulen had a long career in corporate life. Starting at the bottom of the people pyramid and finally near the top as a CIO, he he has worked for several large companies in different industries.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 31, 2011

    I laughed a lot at this.

    I work for a big company and this book pretty much describes how stupid it is most of the time.

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