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The 8 Laws of Corporate America: The laws to moving through complicated situations and coming out on top.

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Do you remember when you had your first thought of Corporate America and working there? A job of high importance came to mind, maybe even wearing a suit and working in a fancy office. We can build up these ideas that can be as close to the truth as what we see on TV or as far as the next state over. The sad truth in the matter of this place is, although it has its perks an Do you remember when you had your first thought of Corporate America and working there? A job of high importance came to mind, maybe even wearing a suit and working in a fancy office. We can build up these ideas that can be as close to the truth as what we see on TV or as far as the next state over. The sad truth in the matter of this place is, although it has its perks and benefits, it has about as much politics and cliques as the high school cafeteria. When thinking about life after high school we always imagined that the real world wouldn’t have as many barriers allowing us to enjoy the experience. The cool kids, although they were completely outnumbered by the kids that weren’t, had the approval of the staff to lead and make decisions for the overall student body. You might remember being frustrated by this because these students weren’t as bright or as knowledgeable as you or your peers about what they were running or leading. The staff’s only job was to teach and ignore the many obstacles in place put by the people they put there to speak and lead the group or teams. One might laugh at the comparison of Corporate America to high school, but to many that have lived it, they know it’s a spot-on truth when comparing to the politics.


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Do you remember when you had your first thought of Corporate America and working there? A job of high importance came to mind, maybe even wearing a suit and working in a fancy office. We can build up these ideas that can be as close to the truth as what we see on TV or as far as the next state over. The sad truth in the matter of this place is, although it has its perks an Do you remember when you had your first thought of Corporate America and working there? A job of high importance came to mind, maybe even wearing a suit and working in a fancy office. We can build up these ideas that can be as close to the truth as what we see on TV or as far as the next state over. The sad truth in the matter of this place is, although it has its perks and benefits, it has about as much politics and cliques as the high school cafeteria. When thinking about life after high school we always imagined that the real world wouldn’t have as many barriers allowing us to enjoy the experience. The cool kids, although they were completely outnumbered by the kids that weren’t, had the approval of the staff to lead and make decisions for the overall student body. You might remember being frustrated by this because these students weren’t as bright or as knowledgeable as you or your peers about what they were running or leading. The staff’s only job was to teach and ignore the many obstacles in place put by the people they put there to speak and lead the group or teams. One might laugh at the comparison of Corporate America to high school, but to many that have lived it, they know it’s a spot-on truth when comparing to the politics.

30 review for The 8 Laws of Corporate America: The laws to moving through complicated situations and coming out on top.

  1. 4 out of 5

    Seth Davis

    This one was not his best. I find his other books to be a bit overly long. That seems to be the tradeoff for meticulous research in them. This, by contrast, is a much shorter version focused on the corporate environment that hit some of the same points. Laws of Power or Strategies of War are better reads. Only choose this one if you can't put in the time for the longer one. It still holds that Robert paints a very dark world that may or may not reflect reality. This one was not his best. I find his other books to be a bit overly long. That seems to be the tradeoff for meticulous research in them. This, by contrast, is a much shorter version focused on the corporate environment that hit some of the same points. Laws of Power or Strategies of War are better reads. Only choose this one if you can't put in the time for the longer one. It still holds that Robert paints a very dark world that may or may not reflect reality.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mike Lamar Williams

    I read no lies here. Super quick read.

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