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Better Living Through Bureaucracy



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Better Living Through Bureaucracy by Greg W. Star
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The secrets for quick and easy career advancement revealed! Here is your complete guide covering everything you need to become a top executive of your organization. Specific, real-world techniques that you can begin using today to get your career on the fast track. Instead of workplace frustration, learn the secrets of getting the bureaucracy to work for you. You will discover how to: * Bring great distinction to yourself while leaving the work for others. * Sound like a natural leader without making commitments. * Turn everyday activities into powerful image enhancers. * Allocate your time to benefit you and avoid wasted efforts. * Quickly get noticed by top management as the next person to promote. * Establish and grow your own organizational empire with ease. Why not zoom up the corporate ladder with minimum effort? You could spend hundreds of dollars on career development courses that won't get you anywhere, when everything you need for success is in this book. A wry, satirical look at how bureaucracies swallow organizations ... teaching how to exploit the system to create maximum turf and minimum actual results. Shel Horowitz, award-winning author of Principled Profit and founder of the International Business Ethics Pledge A contemporary, synergetic version of Machiavellis The Prince and P. T. Barnums The Art of Money Getting ... a new, in-depth guidebook on how to succeed in the business world without doing any 'real' work. Kaye Trout's Book Reviews About the Author: Greg W. Starr has thirty years experience leading and participating in dozens of projects for major corporations and federal agencies. His in-depth analysis and insights into how to succeed in large organizationsuncover the real keys for personal recognition and rapid advancement. He explains how the advice given by management can wreck your career and how you can quickly set new directions to get more than your fair share of rewards.
Release date Australia
March 1st, 2007
Country of Publication
United States
Llumina Press
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