This book is a classic and can be read and reread with great pleasure.
This is one of those books you need to keep on your bookshelf so you can take out from time to time and remind yourself, the world really is crazy.
This very readable book will improve your understanding of human nature and it's entertaining.
A good old book republished. The book itself is an excellent classic, but the proofreading of this edition stinks! Read morePublished 27 days ago by Jon P.
replaces one I have read many times and is a great explanation for how bureaucracy feeds on itselfPublished 2 months ago by CONRAD BREVILLIER
…before comics such as Dilbert became acceptable workplace reading stuff, there was Parkinson’s Law. Unfortunately, it seems as much a feature of reality as the law of gravity…Published 4 months ago by Leandro G. F. DUTRA
Unlike technology, administration hasn't changed much since man created bureaucrasy. Parkinson adds amusing and insightful information to understanding bureaucrasy. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Patrick C. Powers
From the photo it looked like it was the size of a regular paperback, which is what I wanted. Instead it was about 8 x 11.Published 4 months ago by Jean An Birch
I am not normally one to use a five star rating. This book is an absolute classic that can be read as a humorous study of our own inability to measure and adjust performance... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Martin Holmes
There are ten highly insightful, humorously written essays in this short gem of management literature, with Parkinson's Law being just one of them. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Wayne Hanway
Parkinson is a master; a real genius.
His dry and rich humor and his amazing understanding of human behavior allow him to write an entertaining and most informative... Read more