A Guide to Dysfunctional Management and the Evil Workplace

Marshall Goldsmith

With chapter headings that sound more like song titles on a children’s CD than true-to-life anecdotes to today’s business woes, Puttin’ Cologne on the Rickshaw humorously and cleverly describes some of the pitfalls of being in the corporate world, then helps its readers learn how to do things differently.

In Puttin’ Cologne on the Rickshaw, William Bouffard hilariously describes his 40+ years of suffering a plethora of “idiotic workplace behavior.” Not one to leave his readers stuck “waiting for rigor mortis” or “drinkin’ Kool Aid,” Bouffard then outlines how we can all take action and do things differently for our own professional and personal sanity and success.

If doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results is the definition of insanity, then William Bouffard certainly is an expert at being “crazy.” Yet the author extricated himself from the psychiatric ward of corporate evil and helps us each learn how we can too.

Byline: Marshall Goldsmith – million-selling author of the New York Times bestsellers, MOJO and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There

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