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He advocates soulless ladder climbing, empty networking for personal gain, and just general power plays to put you in a better position to succeed over your competition. Read morePublished 8 days ago by SetSail
Reads well. I don't necessarily agree with all it says, but I think its well written with great suggestions of things to consider.Published 1 month ago by Jaxx
Read this for a course in my MBA. By itself, the book is really good. However there are a number of Harvard cases in the supplement cases that take the lessons to the next level.Published 1 month ago by Brian Galgay
I have several degrees, including an MBA from a top 10 program. I make my living as a 7-figure consultant.
This book is typical for a professor. Read more
Very enjoyable read. Exactly what I was looking for - detailed thoughts on both strategy and tactics for acquiring power.Published 2 months ago by B. Rand
I've been reading a lot about this subject during the last years and this book really makes a good summary with good examples of practical applications of things that I've found in... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Jeffrey Pfeffer is a professor of Organizational Behavior at the Graduate School of Business of Stanford University. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sandip
I bought this for my daughter, who enjoyed this book, as she would like to get into business and law. I guess the info in this book is useful in those areas.Published 6 months ago by anne s.