Working for the Man: Inspiring and Subversive Projects for Residents of Cubicle Land

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Penguin Group USA, 2007 - 233 Seiten
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A book for the subversive worker lurking in every cubicle-from the creator and author of 52 Projects.

For anyone frustrated with the soul-killing monotony of a nine-to-five job, this quirky collection helps beat the office blues, inspire creativity in seemingly dead-end situations, and preserve a bit of integrity in a conformist corporate culture. Learn how to:

- Survive long, boring meetings with breath-holding contests
- Plot out a "sick day" calendar to maximize time off
- Write your novel on company time
- Create the most pro-worker cubicle to instill a false sense of your total commitment
- Anonymously send your boss a Happy Secretary's Day bouquet

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Inhalt

INTRODUCTION
1
Surreptitious Projects
13
The Cubicle
123
Urheberrecht

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Über den Autor (2007)

Jeffrey Yamaguchi threw himself a retirement party at the age of 26. No, he had not won the lottery or benefited from a stock options windfall. It was just wishful thinking, which continues on to this day. More of his schemes can be found at workingfortheman.com and 52projects.com.

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