The Big Bing
Black Holes of Time Management, Gaseous Executive Bodies, Exploding Careers, and Other Theories on the Origins of the Business Universe
A corporate mole’s-eye perspective of the general public in which we as a whole live and drudge, making a standout amongst the most engaging, intriguing, and out and out entertaining assemblages of work in contemporary letters.
Stanley Bing knows whereof he talks. He has experienced the most recent two decades working inside a huge multinational partnership, kicking and shouting as far as possible up the stepping stool. He has seen it all – mergers, acquisitions, cutbacks, the passing of the three-martini lunch – and has himself been horrendously re-designed various circumstances. He has eaten and plastered an abundant excess, remained in lodgings awfully bravo, sat tight for limousines in the pouring precipitation, and delighted in it all. Kind of. Above all, Bing has seen administration taking care of business and most noticeably bad, and has rehearsed both as he made the move from an unpracticed player who despised grandiose senior administration to a cleaned strategist who sort of observes its perspective once in a while.
In one basic volume, here is all you have to know to ace your vocation, your life, and when important, other weaker living things.