LOOK BEHIND YOU!: An Alphabetical Guide to Executive Survival by David Moreau

LOOK BEHIND YOU!: An Alphabetical Guide to Executive Survival

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The introduction by Dr. Laurence J. Peter, ""Hierarchologist,"" tunes you in right away to the executive sphere where everybody, as a matter of course, is not only incompetent but also rabid as a mad dog. Swivel-chair psychologist David Moreau explains how the theories of Robert Ardrey pertain to the organizational jungle using an alphabetical format which serves absolutely no purpose in sorting out this string of anecdotes about his 22-year sojourn among the expense-accounted aborigines. Moreau is quite clever in his way as he warns against birds, drink and jet lag, aging, the perils of being in or out of vogue and he even gets around to some advice on what to say when you are assassinated on that wall-to-wall carpet, as you surely will be by the trusted underling whose only way up the corporate ladder is over your dead body, Great Caesar.

Pub Date: Oct. 16th, 1975
Publisher: Morrow