Maestro management consultant and strategy guru Robin 'Einstein' Varghese has been dispatched to London to the Lederman account. Things in the mother country are not all tally-ho as Einstein must make do with convoluted remuneration, temperamental digestion and a comely coworker who revels in mixed signals - not to mention a bizarre conspiracy by museums all over the city to frustrate his every attempt to imbibe in high culture.
"funny as hell"
Sick of the nurturing talent like tiny plants' spiel doled out by most management manuals? Wondering why they never acknowledge the ugly truth about success: that the trick is either to use your cunning and flattery to rise to the ranks of those who lay down the rules, or at least learn how to massage the egos of the rule makers? Here finally is a candid, hands - on guide to surviving in the Indian corporate world, complete with a questionnaire to help you identify the particular malevolent subspecies your boss can be classified under.