Martin Lukes: Who Moved My BlackBerry?: Who Moved My BlackBerry?

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Penguin Books Limited, Jun 29, 2006 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Hi!
Let me introduce myself. I'm Martin Lukes, Special Projects Director at a-b global (UK).

In your hands is a highly unique book, which pushes the envelope literature-wise. As you will see, it is a 120 per cent honest account of a year of my life - a phenomenal year of personal progress, corporate scandal and marital drama. It not only chronicles my promotion to one of the foremost executive positions globally, but is also a profound journey of personal learning, aided and abetted by my coach, Pandora. I am often asked why I want to share my deeply private philosophies with such a wide audience. I always say it is because I am passionate about
learning. I have grown from my own mistakes, both in the professional space and the personal one, and I believe that there are many key takeaways for you here too.

Who Moved My BlackBerry (TM)? is a creovative(TM) work - to use a phrase of mine that has now entered the business lingo. I anticipate it will be the must-read of 2005.

All my very bestest
Martin.

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WHO MOVED MY BLACKBERRY™?: The Martin Lukes Chronicles

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

British journalist Kellaway moves into fiction with a novel featuring the marketing executive she created for her Financial Times column.Martin Lukes fancies himself an out-of-the-box thinker at his ... Read full review

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User Review  - harveywals - LibraryThing

A worthwhile read for lovers of British comedy. My husband has followed the antics of Martin Lukes for ages in the Financial Times weekly column; this is a compilation of one year's worth. Many chuckles, but I think it must work better in bits - all in one serving it gets somewhat tedious. Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Lucy Kellaway is the FT's management columnist. She lives in London and is married with four children.

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