Good Boss, Bad Boss: How to Be the Best...And Learn from the Worst
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If you have a job in the corporate world, chances are you have a boss. Indeed, pretty much everybody has a boss, whether it's someone at the supervisory, managerial, or executive level.

And if you're like everybody else, you know that keeping your boss happy with your performance is a major focus of your daily corporate life and career.

Problem is -- and as Bob Sutton made clear in his classic THE NO ASSHOLE RULE - too many of us work for bosses who are jerks. And that's the starting point of BOSS.

Based upon the thousands of letters, emails, and conversations Sutton has received since the publication of THE NO ASSHOLE RULE, he now focuses his common sense approach on what it is that truly distinguishes the great bosses in our world from the ones who are just good, so-so, or even worse.

Using real-life case studies, the latest psychological research, and a thorough scan of the pertinent literature, Sutton delivers a pinpoint accounting of what the best bosses do on a daily basis. In short, Sutton delivers the first blueprint manifesto for anyone who has ever been elevated into a position of authority -- or for those who have to suffer because of those bosses who just don't get it.
Robert I. Sutton, PhD, is a professor of management science and engineering at Stanford University, the author of the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Business Week bestseller The No Asshole Rule and other books, and the coauthor of The Knowing-Doing Gap: How Smart Companies Turn Knowledge into Action. He lives in Menlo Park, California.