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Waking up from the American Dream—one re-org at a time




Welcome to Pinnacle Management Services. The fastest growing managed office services company in North America. Blessed with good timing and a staff of over-burdened under-paid misfits and broken toys, PMS is the paradigm of turn-of-millennium business success. It’s a fast five years from simple mom-&-pop to the equ
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Paperback, 390 pages
Published February 16th 2015 by Say Raisin Press (first published February 15th 2015)
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Sue Dubrovich
Feb 18, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I absolutely loved this book. It brought back an abundance of memories of my time in corporate America. It was so well written, I was getting agita just reading it. The characters were all incredibly well drawn. The book itself was funny and really moved along. I had a hard time putting it down, I was at my desk trying to hide my Kindle, and I read the last half in one sitting, staying up much too late to finish it. It's well worth the read. There is so much packed in here, I think I'll be rerea ...more
Janet Isenberg
Feb 23, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Lori Berhon has an ear for dialog and an understanding for the absurdity of business in the new millennium that will ring true for many readers. As absurd as the events she depicts are, they also are grounded in the ultimate frailties of the people who run the business. It is funny and sad at the same time. Am I old enough - and rich enough - to retire yet? Oh, wait, I never was vested in those profit shares...
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Novelist, playwright and sometime-actor Lori Berhon lives in her home town of New York City where, technically, she makes her living writing. She is actually taller, slimmer and far more elegant than she appears to be. While her contemporary fiction is written under her own name, Lori also writes ripping Alternative History yarns under the name Merle Darling. ...more

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“The Gong lived in the Pit. It made a loud, brassy "nnnnnnngggggggggg" that set everyone's teeth on edge. Any deal over 50K per annum, the salesman got to take a whack at it, so that the whole company would know he’d landed a big fish.” 2 likes
“As a sign of our renewed pledge to keep moving forward in the New Year, Pinnacle is eliminating the BORING conference room monikers of yesteryear in favor of BOLD new values-driven naming. In addition to Kippy’s ENERGY, we’ve got ADVANCEMENT (Main) and PERSISTENCE (Training Room).” 1 likes
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