Corporate capers: business not as usual

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SAGE Publications, Dec 13, 2005 - Business & Economics - 255 pages
Corporate Capers is a realistic and insightful look at the corporate world. It is a collection of articles that blend serious issues with humour, aimed to give the reader an insider's perspective of corporate life. In a concise, anecdotal and sometimes sharp narrative, the author discusses a range of work issues such as:

- business ethics;

- leadership;

- strategy ;

- new age management;

- miscellaneous corporate 'capers'.

Written in a style that is simple, interesting and witty, the book is an easy and enjoyable read for anyone interested in the internal working of the corporate world. It will be of particular interest to business leaders and managers on the move.

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Contents

Preface
Acknowledgements 13
On Business Ethics Whats That? 1 balance sheet botoxing 17
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