Beyond Bullsh*t: Straight-Talk at Work
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Beyond Bullsh*t: Straight-Talk at Work

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Straight-talk at work! Grumblings in offices everywhere suggest that we crave more, but don't get often enough of it. Beyond Bullsh*t reveals the dynamics of bullsh*t and why it has become the corporate etiquette of choice. It also explains how telling it straight contributes to personal well-being and business success.

After decades of research and consulting, Samuel A. Cu...more
Paperback, 168 pages
Published May 3rd 2010 by Stanford Business Books (first published December 31st 2007)
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Nah! Besides obvious trivial truths, not many useful strategies. Not that the world of education is so different from the corporate world when it comes to bs, but the way to harmonious, professional relationship is not to be found in this book. Sorry.
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Samuel A. Culbert is an award winning author, researcher and full-time, tenured professor at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management. His laboratory is the world of work where he puts conventional managerial assumptions under a microscope to uncover and replace dysfunctional practices. He holds a B.S. in Systems Engineering and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology.
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