I had high hopes for this book, but it reads like the author had a thesaurus by his side and the narrator would have been more bearable had he used his best "Charles Emerson Winchester III" impression. At least that would have made it more entertaining. Seriously dry and overladen with fast-talking multiple adjectives and overused rhetorical buzzwords, management has never been this dull.
Martin Jarvis does an excellent job narrating this title. I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
Go find Sherman and set the WABAC Machine to 1930 if you buy this book. While I applaud some of the principles in this book (pay attention to what other people want and help them get it), the nostalgic quality was reminiscent of a 1950's black and white movie meant to teach you proper etiquette. I would have preferred if Mr. Peabody had narrated it, but unfortunately the only dog in this story... was the book!
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