Publisher: Prentice Hall, 2000, 296 pages
Don't be lunch for a corporate shark.
Today's corporate landscape is a jungle. If you don't know the rules, you'll soon be lunch for the quicker, savvier, more ruthless predator. Eat — or Be Eaten: Jungle Warfare for the Master Corporate Politician is the ultimate survival guide to savage competition in the workplace.
Phil Porter, a battle-seasoned corporate veteran, reveals the survival tactics, surprise strategies, and dirty tricks that corporate fast-trackers use to steak credit, shift blame, set landmines for enemies, dump potential rivals, curry favor with higher-ups, snare raises and promotions, and vault to the top of the org chart.
Eye-opening, fast-reading, and occasionally chilling, Eat — or Be Eaten is your no-holds barred guide to surviving and prospering in even the most fiercely cutthroat corporate jungles. The tactics of close-quarters combat enable you to play ruthlessly — and play to win!
The first practical book about political warfare in a corporate setting. An absolute must read if you want a career.