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Refreshingly honest book that cuts through all the PR stuff that powerful people usually put out as advice :-)Published 2 months ago by The name is Mill, John Stuart Mill
It is a great pragmatical book to understand politics and power dynamics in different contexts.Published 4 months ago by Andres Bernal
Very readable book with some great stories. Interesting that EQ did not really feature instead the author dwells on the dog eat dog world of corporates in the past. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Fleur D'Souza
I absolutely loved Professor Pfeffer's book. I'm a business professional, and I read all the time. There are few books I have read more than once, and Power is definitely among... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bogumil K. Baranowski
It's probably not even fair for me to review this book, as it was written for folks who are trying to gain power in large organizations. Read morePublished 6 months ago by MLeland