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Our payment security system encrypts your information during transmission. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. Please try again.Please try again.Please try again. Please try your request again later. Now here's the book he needs. While many books are offered for the CEO who aims to survive the cutthroat competition of the corporate jungle, not a single one offers to help those same CEOs when the law catches up with them. That is, until now. This book offers valuable advice for those executives who have cooked the books, and now find themselves paying the price. Borowitz covers all aspects of prison life, from exit strategies (prison-break tips) to ways of keeping the business acumen sharp (how to make the Warden your most valuable employee) to prison cell feng shui and even self-defense (how to use this book as a deadly weapon). Convicted corporate executives should look at this time spent in prison as an opportunity, rather than a disadvantage. New business contacts can be established, new management strategies tested-time can even be spent working on the golf game so it says sharp for ten, twenty, however many years. Direct from Bernie Madoff's cellmate, Who Moved My Soap.Who Moved My Soap? is a must read for any white collar criminal. CEOs headed to the Big House will now have something to read to help them pass the time. It's also a must read for those of us who were fleeced by them. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Show details. Ships from and sold by SharehouseGoods. Register a free business account With tongue firmly in cheek, Borowitz distills platitudes from countless business and leadership manuals and applies them to the context of the maximum security penitentiary.https://www.chinawholesaletown.com/uploadfiles/editor_file/land-pride-rcr1860-manual.xml

Borowitz gives a pitch-perfect rendition of the vacuities of some business books, but given a genre in which Leadership Secrets of Attila the Hun was a bestseller, his smart little book hardly seems like a parody. Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc.A trip to the slammer could be the best career move you ever made, and after a few weeks behind bars, you'll be kicking yourself for not getting convicted sooner. Surprised? I thought you might be. Well, you won't see me slicing that brand of baloney. If you follow the simple advice in this book, you'll discover what successful CEO convicts everywhere already know: If time is money, then hard time is hard cash. Are you drinking the Kool-Aid yet. If not, perhaps a few facts will change your mind: Thanks to the rising tide of corporate scandals, former CEOs are pouring into America's penitentiaries in record numbers, the biggest migration of white-collar criminals into the penal system since the fall of the Nixon administration. Within the next five years, one out of four CEOs in the United States will be convicted and sent to jail, while another one out of four will flee the country in a single-engine plane with gold coins and priceless diamonds sewn into his underpants. Still another one out of four will plea-bargain his way into performing community service, such as teaching inner city youths and the elderly how to destroy incriminating documents and create fictitious off-the-books partnerships. But that still leaves a whole lot of CEOs heading up the river -- good news for you, because you'll be far from alone. Once you're in prison, if you look to your right, and then to your left, your chances of recognizing someone from your business school class will be better than 50 percent, and even better than that if you went to Harvard.http://dolmalatrek.com/userfiles/land-pride-brush-hog-manual.xml

According to a recent study, prison construction in the United States is lagging well behind the pace of CEO convictions, and by the end of the decade there will be as many as one hundred thousand CEOs behind bars -- roughly ten thousand times the number of people who are looking forward to the next Meg Ryan film. Will prison change these chief executive offenders. Based on anecdotal evidence, just the opposite is occurring. When an incarcerated CEO wakes up in the morning, he doesn't see the concrete walls, the barbed wire, or the ferocious guard dogs -- he sees an ideal place to grow a new business, far from the prying eyes of the SEC and the Department of Justice. The inmate of yesteryear was always looking for a fight; today's convicted CEO is in search of excellence. So before you head off to the pokey, get over that shopworn myth about prison being a bad thing. If you're smart enough and savvy enough -- and the fact that you've bought this book is a pretty good sign that you are both -- you'll emerge from your time in the joint more productive, more innovative, and millions of dollars wealthier than you were on the day that the prison guard first checked you for lice. Not buying this? I know what you're thinking: I'm just another slick con man, primed to sell you a bill of goods and make out like a bandit. Well, guess again: I'm a convicted CEO myself. What did I find there? Cookbooks. Cat books. Book after book of poetry by the pop singer Jewel, all drastically reduced. But nowhere did I find a book preparing the former CEO for his stay in prison, even though convicted CEOs represent the fastest-growing segment of the reading public today. I vowed with all my heart to correct this sad state of affairs, and once I received assurances from my attorney that the thousands of shareholders currently engaged in class-action lawsuits against me could claim no share of my publishing royalties, I buckled down and began to write.

Writing a book while in prison is not an easy task. Yet, somehow, I prevailed, and you are now holding the fruits of my efforts in your sweaty, trembling hands. If you're a CEO who's been caught, this is the one book you won't want to be caught without. I hope this book is helpful as you trade your pinstripes for horizontal ones. I hope this book is long enough to answer your most pressing questions, short enough to hold your attention, yet thick enough to hollow out and hide a small weapon in. Read it, study it, learn from it -- and for heaven's sake, don't skim it.Full content visible, double tap to read brief content. Videos Help others learn more about this product by uploading a video. Upload video To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. Please try again later. Zuhair 5.0 out of 5 stars Highly recommend.Andy keeps me entertained on Twitter and Facebook, but this was a wade through deep mud.It is the original 2003 edition of the book. While it is a funny book it is not the book advertised.I found myself yawning. The only good thing about this book is how small it is, the boredom ends in a couple of hours. Groups Discussions Quotes Ask the Author Now here's the book he needs. While many books are offered for the CEO who aims to survive the cutthroat competition of the corporate jungle, not a single one offers to help those same CEOs when the law catches up with them. That is, until now. This book offers valuable advice for those executives who have cooked the books, and now find t Now here's the book he needs. While many books are offered for the CEO who aims to survive the cutthroat competition of the corporate jungle, not a single one offers to help those same CEOs when the law catches up with them. That is, until now.

This book offers valuable advice for those executives who have cooked the books, and now find themselves paying the price. Borowitz covers all aspects of prison life, from exit strategies (prison-break tips) to ways of keeping the business acumen sharp (how to make the Warden your most valuable employee) to prison cell feng shui and even self-defense (how to use this book as a deadly weapon). Convicted corporate executives should look at this time spent in prison as an opportunity, rather than a disadvantage. New business contacts can be established, new management strategies tested-time can even be spent working on the golf game so it says sharp for ten, twenty, however many years. Direct from Bernie Madoff's cellmate, Who Moved My Soap.Who Moved My Soap? is a must read for any white collar criminal. CEOs headed to the Big House will now have something to read to help them pass the time. It's also a must read for those of us who were fleeced by them. To see what your friends thought of this book,This book is not yet featured on Listopia.Poradnik pisany jest w pierwszej osobie przez skorumpowanego dyrektora generalnego, ktory pokazuje nam w 11 rozdzialach miedzy innymi: jak urzadzic cele zgodnie z feng shui, przewodnik po stolowkach, jak radzic sobie pod prysznicem, jak zalozyc wlasna firme w wiezieniu i inne ciekawe rzeczy, ktore przyszlym dyrektorom na pewno wkrotce beda potrzebne (w koncu zaden nie jest bez winy). Przesmiewcza, krytykujaca menedzerow wyzszego szczebla, ktorzy wegetuja na wysokich stanowiskach. Glowny bohater to osoba, ktora wykorzystuje Szesc Sigma, a nie zarzadzanie jakoscia w swoim nowym przedsiebiorstwie stworzonym w wiezieniu. Dlaczego? Bo zarzadzanie jakoscia rozumie tylko w 19%, a Szesc Sigma juz w 29%. Ksiazeczka zawiera 100 stron i nie ma nawet czasu sie nudzic. Jak ktos lubi satyre, ktora moze nie powoduje plakania ze smiechu, ale jest na pewno na dobrym poziomie.

Wszystko napisane w inteligentny sposob, glupie opisy zawieraja wskazowki, jakie warto wykorzystac w perswazji, motywacji i zarzadzaniu. Podsumowujac, bardzo ciekawie napisana pozycja, nie tylko dla studentow zarzadzania i ekonomii. OPINIA Z 15 MAJA 2010 Byc moze, gdybym poczekal jeszcze kilka godzin z napisaniem tamtej recenzji, nie musialbym sie teraz tlumaczyc. Doszly mnie sluchy, ze jest to parodia ksiazki, po ktora raczej jeszcze dlugo bym nie siegnal. Jak jeszcze z poczatku myslalem, ze to swiezy pomysl, to ocenialem to jako probujaca byc smieszna ksiazeczka o zarzadzaniu. Teraz jest to niesmieszna parodia tego typu ksiazek. A jedna z rzeczy, ktora mnie bardzo irytuje, to niesmieszna parodia. Studenckie zarciki sa fajne, poki nie trzeba za nie placic. Obviously not - this edition was published in 2003, five years before the Madoff scandal broke. Best as I can tell the updated version must have been published in 2009, but the publisher used the same ISBN. The central conceit is that CEOs on their way to prison need a self-help guide. I was moved to buy this because I like Andy Borowitz's comedy in the New Yorker, which is often much edgier than the standard twitter or SNL take-downs. Unfor Obviously not - this edition was published in 2003, five years before the Madoff scandal broke. Best as I can tell the updated version must have been published in 2009, but the publisher used the same ISBN. The central conceit is that CEOs on their way to prison need a self-help guide. I was moved to buy this because I like Andy Borowitz's comedy in the New Yorker, which is often much edgier than the standard twitter or SNL take-downs. Unfortunately the central conceit struggles to carry the book across 84 pages, and while there were enough good jokes to keep me reading to the end, there were times it was clear he struggled. There are some clear references to white collar scandals going on at the time, e.g.

Martha Stewart, but perhaps some of the edge that comes from jokes about up-to-the-minute scandals has been blunted by the passage of time. The book is best when the we get to recognize the self-deception of the fictional CEO doing the narrating. It had my dad giving me an enthusiastic book review during the drive home. It had lessons about coping with change in the workplace. I ended up at Uncle Bob's house a few years later and was sitting alone in his basement with nothing to do. The coffee table was a messy shelf of magazines, and one book: Who Moved my Chees. I devoured it in a few hours. Hem and Haw moved their way into. It had CEOs everywhere praising literature. It had my dad giving me an enthusiastic book review during the drive home. It had lessons about coping with change in the workplace. I ended up at Uncle Bob's house a few years later and was sitting alone in his basement with nothing to do. The coffee table was a messy shelf of magazines, and one book: Who Moved my Chees. I devoured it in a few hours. So at work this book came accross the desk, and it seemed relevant in so many ways. It took me four chapters to realize that is was not real, that it had been written by a humor columnist. It took me ten chapters to stop feeling angry. The whole thing was rather trivializing, and I can't stand for that kind of nonsense. Especially this close to home. Meant to be a survival guide for recently imprisoned CEO's, this book take the recent jailed through a step by step guide in how not only to survive prison, but to excel. Although by the end I'd found the book rushed, the beginning was very funny. It's a small book, so a quick read is possible. Not meant to be a laugh out loud book, but rather a book that makes you smile because you know it's so true. A nice read for adult r Meant to be a survival guide for recently imprisoned CEO's, this book take the recent jailed through a step by step guide in how not only to survive prison, but to excel.

Although by the end I'd found the book rushed, the beginning was very funny. It's a small book, so a quick read is possible. Not meant to be a laugh out loud book, but rather a book that makes you smile because you know it's so true. A nice read for adult readers. I couldn't help but think of B. Madoff as I was reading this. I couldn't help but think of B. Madoff as I was reading this. However, even though the book was short (84 pages), the joke just got a little old. However, even though the book was short (84 pages), the joke just got a little old. Highly recommend. Close enough! Close enough! There are no discussion topics on this book yet. With tongue firmly in cheek, Borowitz distills platitudes from countless business and leadership manuals and applies them to the context of the maximum security penitentiary. Borowitz gives a pitch-perfect rendition of the vacuities of some business books, but given a genre in which Leadership Secrets of Attila the Hun was a bestseller, his smart little book hardly seems like a parody. If you're a CEO who's just been caught, this is the book you won't want to be caught without. Who Moved My Soap? The CEO's Guide to Surviving in Prison is loaded with helpful tips, including. The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Prisoners. Prison cell feng shui. How to avoid getting back-stabbed -- literally. The Zagat guide to fine prison dining. Restrictions apply. Learn more Who Moved My Soap? The CEO's Guide to Surviving in Prison is loaded with helpful tips, including. The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Prisoners. Prison cell feng shui. How to avoid getting back-stabbed -- literally. The Zagat guide to fine prison dining About This Item We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers,See our disclaimer For all the disgraced corporation heads who are bound for the big house, thisguide teaches CEOs how to make the most out of their time in prison, from oneof America's best humor writers. 10 illustrations.

Attention, CEOs: Finally, a book you don't have to cook. If you're a CEO who's just been caught, this is the book you won't want to be caught without. Who Moved My Soap? The CEO's Guide to Surviving in Prison is loaded with helpful tips, including. The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Prisoners. Prison cell feng shui. How to avoid getting back-stabbed -- literally. The Zagat guide to fine prison diningThey threw the book at Madoff. Now here's the book he needs. While many books are offered for the CEO who aims to survive the cutthroat competition of the corporate jungle, not a single one offers to help those same CEOs when the law catches up with them. That is, until now. This book offers valuable advice for those executives who have cooked the books, and now find themselves paying the price. Borowitz covers all aspects of prison life, from exit strategies (prison-break tips) to ways of keeping the business acumen sharp (how to make the Warden your most valuable employee) to prison cell feng shui and even self-defense (how to use this book as a deadly weapon). Convicted corporate executives should look at this time spent in prison as an opportunity, rather than a disadvantage. New business contacts can be established, new management strategies tested-time can even be spent working on the golf game so it says sharp for ten, twenty, however many years. Direct from Bernie Madoff's cellmate, Who Moved My Soap.Who Moved My Soap? is a must read for any white collar criminal. CEOs headed to the Big House will now have something to read to help them pass the time. It's also a must read for those of us who were fleeced by them. ISBN-13 9780743251426 Publication Date June, 2003 Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H) 8.26 x 5.30 x 0.26 Inches ISBN-10 0743251423 Customer Reviews Write a review Be the first to review this item.

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While many books are offered for the CEO who aims to survive the cutthroat competition of the corporate jungle, not a single one offers to help those same CEOs when the law catches up with them. That is, until now. This book offers valuable advice for those executives who have cooked the books, and now find themselves paying the price. Borowitz covers all aspects of prison life, from exit strategies (prison-break tips) to ways of keeping the business acumen sharp (how to make the Warden your most valuable employee) to prison cell feng shui and even self-defense (how to use this book as a deadly weapon). Convicted corporate executives should look at this time spent in prison as an opportunity, rather than a disadvantage. New business contacts can be established, new management strategies tested-time can even be spent working on the golf game so it says sharp for ten, twenty, however many years. Direct from Bernie Madoff's cellmate, Who Moved My Soap.Who Moved My Soap? is a must read for any white collar criminal. CEOs headed to the Big House will now have something to read to help them pass the time. It's also a must read for those of us who were fleeced by them.By continuing to use the site you agree to our use of cookies. Find out more. Registered in England and Wales. Company number 00610095. Registered office address: 203-206 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9HD. Please note that owing to current COVID-19 restrictions, many of our shops are closed. Find out more by clicking here. If this item isn't available to be reserved nearby, add the item to your basket instead and select 'Deliver to my local shop' (UK shops only) at the checkout, to be able to collect it from there at a later date. Free pickup in-store For your convenience, we have extended our Returns policy until Feb. 21. Learn more Who Moved My Soap? The CEO's Guide to Surviving in Prison is loaded with helpful tips, including: NO, I do not recommend this product.

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New business contacts can be established, new management strategies tested-time can even be spent working on the golf game so it says sharp for ten, twenty, however many years. Direct from Bernie Madoff's cellmate, Who Moved My Soap.Who Moved My Soap? is a must read for any white collar criminal. CEOs headed to the Big House will now have something to read to help them pass the time. It's also a must read for those of us who were fleeced by them.Book is in NEW condition.Our BookSleuth is specially designed for you. All Rights Reserved. En utilisant Librarything, vous reconnaissez avoir lu et compris nos conditions generales d'utilisation et de services. Votre utilisation du site et de ses services vaut acceptation de ces conditions et termes Now, Andy Borowitz offers a side-splitting send-up of the US's CEO crimewave, written in the form of a classic self-help book for the convicted corporate climber. Many books offer advice for the CEO who aims to survive the cutthroat competition of the corporate jungle, but not a never once assists those same CEO jailbirds when the law catches up with them.Modifiez pour passer a votre langue. Bernard Madoff Note: N'entrez s'il vous plait que les noms des personnes, pas les publications.Many books offer advice for the CEO who aims to survive the cutthroat competition of the corporate jungle, but not a never once assists those same CEO jailbirds when the law catches up with them.