Richard A. Moran has distilled the businessplace into a collection of 355 aphorisms that run the range from the often-overlooked ("Don't get drunk at the company holiday party") to the potentially career-saving ("When you get the entrepreneurial urge, go visit someone who's started a business--it may cure you"). He knows his stuff--he's the National Director of Organization Change Practice for Price Waterhouse and has been featured on CNN and NPR. This collection of wisdom nuggets is packed with chuckles and perfect for Dilbert-lovers.
Richard gives an overview of the book:
Richard A. Moran (born 1950) is a San Francisco-based venture capitalist, social scientist, best selling author and evangelist for organization effectiveness. He earned an A.B. at Rutgers College, (1972); M.S. at Indiana University (1975); and Ph.D. at Miami...