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Anyone considering a consulting career should read it to understand the downsides.
Overall, the book is rambling, not particularly interesting, and lacking in a theme--even though the title suggests one.
Wish I had read the book jacket first, where Martin Kihn's blurbs are words like "funny" and "wit."
Quoted this book many times in essays etc actually has some gems of advise to use in organisational management. Written fictionally of course.Published 1 month ago by Michael O
Fantastic book. Martin takes you all the way through management consulting with his take and experience. Hilarious and well written.Published 4 months ago by Jim Gibson
Being sort of a consultant in my previous life, I enjoyed reading this, and I suspect people who are curious about the lives in top tier consulting firms would enjoy it as well. Read morePublished 5 months ago by jeffrey wong
Quite a hilarious book that was the inspiration for House of Lies the TV series. Yet the TV series is funnier than this book. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Reg Nordman
Too much of this book is mere subjective judgment and unverifiable anecdote. There's little here that could be safely generalised to management consultancy overall, now or... Read morePublished 9 months ago by J. Snowden
Hilarious !!! And true. I have been there, I am there and I will be there to appreciate the bookPublished 9 months ago by Mario Faria