This is one of those little books that profess to teach you how to get along better in the workplace. It contains little that is new and exciting, little that reflects on breakthrough research findings. Instead, it discusses the basics of working together: talking to people, building networks and collaborating with others. These are not breakthrough concepts. Indeed they are concepts that should be recognized by anyone.
So why read it.
While the concepts may not be new, they are none the less true and worth reviewing.
Her manner of expressing these concepts in practical and useful terms is quite good.
She recants several examples and personal stories that just may apply to your own situation.
It makes you want to review your present situation including profession, company, fellow workers and all the rest.