Publisher: Capstone, 1998, 231 pages
There are only two groups of people confused by business today: those who are in it and those who aren't.
Many of us feel we have questions about business that are unanswered, but a whole lot more of us don't even know the right questions to ask. Sh how about:
At last, all in one volume, the 101 Universal Laws of Business address all the unanswered and unasked questions about the mysteries of the corporate world. Whether you are at the top of the tree or hierarchically challenged, you will find everything here you need to remove the splinters you get as you slide down the stair-rail of your company's mission statement. Or (more likely) something to help you next Monday. And if you can't find it, buy TWO copies — it will surely be in the other one. The author promises.
With the exception that it is very relaxed, it is really insightful. Recommended reading.