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Navigating Tweets, Feats, and Deletes: Lessons for the New Workplace

by Richard A. Moran

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0990401219, Paperback)

Confounded by the new workplace? You'll appreciate these aphorisms, tips, and observations from business expert Richard A. Moran. Based on the aphorisms from Never Confuse A Memo with Reality, Moran's bestseller from 1993, this edition has been updated to reflect our zany new protocols, habits, and devices. A great gift for the graduate in your life, for a friend embarking on a new job, or for anyone dumbfounded in an office-or, as Moran asks, "What's an office these days?" For professional endorsements of this book, please see the Kindle page.

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