At last, a book about business that you'll actually want to read. Ever wondered how easy it is to fiddle your expenses, why you feel curiously ill at ease without your BlackBerry, or what the Japanese word 'Karoshi' means? Now you can find out. Forget endlessly surfing the web or wading through magazines. A few minutes with this book will save you an entire lunchtime looking for the answers to life's curious work-related conundrums. Where Do all The Paperclips Go? answers that and 127 other all-important questions. It has no graphs, matrices, formulas, dashboards or very long words to confuse you. Just instantly readable, memorable insights that will keep you coming back for more. And if you're too busy even to open the book, you'll be happy to learn that 'Karoshi' means 'death by overworking'.
Marc Woods is a five time Paralympian. He has won 12 Paralympic medals as well as 21 other medals from world and European championships. He was a member of the British Olympic Athletes Commission and a founding member of the British Athletes Council. He works extensively with individuals, teams and global businesses, encouraging them to develop best practise within their given areas of interest. Approximately 25,000 people each year watch him deliver his motivational presentations. Steve Coomber writes for the Times, CEO Journal, The Edge, Finance Director Europe, European CEO, World Finance and a variety of other publications. He is author of Branding, and co-author of Bottled for Business The Less Gassy Guide To Entrepreneurship, Architects of the Business Revolution, The Career Adventurer's Fieldbook. He has worked on many other business books including The Complete CEO, The FT Guide to Business Travel, The Management Century, The Ultimate Book of Business Brands, The FT Handbook of Management, Business: The Ultimate Resource etc.
Acknowledgements. Introduction. Section 1: Learning the ropes. Section 2: Getting the job done. Section 3: Working with others. Section 4: Climbing the ladder. Section 5: Rags to riches. Section 6: Happiness and health. Section 7: Department of miscellany. Section 8: Breaking free. Index.