Interesting book on Management Consulting
From the consultancy owner celebrating a big sale by throwing fistfuls ofmoney at his directors, to clients shouting in frustration over projects, costing tens of millions, which were catastrophes, to consultants making up songs and jokes about the stupidity of their clients and threatening, lying and falsifying their results to sell projects that clients didn't need, from boardrooms to sex clubs and brothels, the author paints a vivid picture of a business where dishonesty and self-interest have become the dominating characteristics.
This is an extraordinary lively, entertaining, shocking yet truthful exposé of a business, which has abused too many of its clients for too long. After Rip-Off!, the world of Management Consulting will never be the same again.
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