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How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying: The Dastard's Guide to Fame and Fortune
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I haven't seen the stage play, but I watched the Robert Morse movie multiple times. The book is also very good, and despite its age, has some relevance in today's business world. If you like Dilbert, you'll love this. A little long at times but definitely a fun book for those who are working on the musical. Shepherd Mead. First published in , this guide inspired the beloved Pulitzer Prize—winning musical, which returns to Broadway in in a production that stars Daniel Radcliffe and John Larroquette.
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying: The Dastard's Guide to Fame and Fortune is a humorous book by Shepherd Mead. It inspired a.
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This satire on 'big business' tells the story of a young man who finds there is 'room at the top' and with the help of a book of simple instructions manages to get there accompanied by his ever-faithful girl whose love for him triumphs over commercialism. Received with great critical acclaim and a Pulitzer Prize winner. Our hero, J. While the cradle carrying him descends. Inside the building, he gas off to an inauspicious start by knocking over J. There he is made unwelcome by J. Our hero is not destined to spend long at such lowly levels and, quickly learning the book rules, by-passes the head of the mail-room job to become a junior executive under GATCH, Head of Plans and Systems.
It inspired a successful musical of the same name , which was made into a movie in The book is a satire of an instructional manual, very similar in form and subject matter to Stephen Potter's Gamesmanship. How to Succeed satirizes office life in the United States in the guise of a self-help book. During his journey up the corporate ladder , Mead wrote the book in his spare time—before work and on weekends. The book was a best-seller. In , the book was adapted into a musical by Dr.