Who moved my BlackBerry?
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 isn't due; a man who works hard at "personal growth" but consistently lets down everyone around him; a man who communicates with his sons by e-mail and fails to notice how smart his wife, Jenny, really is; a man--in short--who loves jargon but totally lacks understanding.
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|Grouping Title||who moved my blackberry|
|Grouping Author||kellaway lucy|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-10-02 01:17:50AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-11-17 04:20:18AM|
|detailed_location_basalt||Basalt Non Fiction|
|display_description||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 isn't due; a man who works hard at personal growth but consistently lets down everyone around him; a man who communicates with his sons by e-mail and fails to notice how smart his wife, Jenny, really is; a man-in short-who loves jargon but totally lacks understanding.|
|owning_library_basalt||Basalt Regional Library|
Office politics -- Fiction
|title_display||Who moved my BlackBerry?|
|title_full||Who moved my BlackBerry? / Lucy Kellaway with "Martin Lukes"|
Who moved my BlackBerry? [electronic resource] / Lucy Kellaway with "Martin Lukes."
|title_short||Who moved my BlackBerry?|