In this book, psychologist DuBrin focuses on career management in an era of corporate restructuring and too many people vying for a limited number of management positions. He includes a self-scoring questionnaire for the reader to assess tendencies toward politicking and power-seeking, and he gives good guidelines for setting and achieving personal goals at the office. Strategies for winning with the boss, with others in the hierarchy, and with coworkers and subordinates are discussed. DuBrin also outlines common mistakes to avoid in office politics. A good, well-written self-help guide for practicing ethical office politics. Highly recommended for business collections.-- Jane M. Kathman, Coll. of St. Benedict, St. Joseph, Minn.