Hi! Let me introduce myself. I"m Martin Lukes, Special Projects Director at a-b global (UK).In your hands is a highly unique book, which pushes the envelope literature-wise. As you will see, it is a 120 per cent honest account of a year of my life - a phenomenal year of personal progress, corporate scandal and marital drama. It not only chronicles my promotion to one of the foremost executive positions globally, but is also a profound journey of personal learning, aided and abetted by my coach, Pandora. I am often asked why I want to share my deeply private philosophies with such a wide audience. I always say it is because I am passionate aboutlearning. I have grown from my own mistakes, both in the professional space and the personal one, and I believe that there are many key takeaways for you here too.Who Moved My BlackBerry (TM)? is a creovative(TM) work - to use a phrase of mine that has now entered the business lingo. I anticipate it will be the must-read of 2005.All my very bestest Martin.
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Who Moved My BlackBerry is the uproarious e-epistolary story of one spectacularly bad year in his life, during which Martin hires an executive coach to help him achieve " percent better than my bestest," only to inadvertently insult his new boss, watch his wife get a job that threatens to eclipse his own, and allow his BlackBerry Cited by: 2. Who Moved My BlackBerry? is the uproarious e-epistolary story of one spectacularly bad year in his life, during which Martin hires an executive coach to help him achieve " percent better than my bestest," only to inadvertently insult his new boss, watch his wife get a job that threatens to eclipse his own, and allow his BlackBerry--complete /5(74). The television show The Office meets Bridget Jones in a novel set in an office so dysfunctional, it's bound to strike a chord with any nine-to-fiver. A compulsively readable, hilarious novel told through the e-mail messages of Martin Lukes. Martin Lukes is a man who is good at taking credit where it isnt due; a man who works hard at "personal growth" but consistently lets down everyone around /5(74). Martin Lukes: Who Moved my Blackberry? by Lucy Kellaway Viking £, pp This novel is a pitch-perfect satire of corporate life in the 21st century. The utterly unloveable Martin Lukes.
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