How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying. Stanley Bing Interview
by Van McNeil,posted Mar 4 2011 1:39PM
First published in 1952, How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying by Shephard Meade inspired the 1961 Pulitzer-prize winning musical and the 1964 movie. The book returns to shelves just in time for the new 50th anniversary production of the musical, starring Daniel Radcliffe as J. Pierrepont Finch and five-time Emmy Award winner John Larroquette (in his Broadway debut) as J.B. Biggley.
The new edition of How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying features a savagely funny new introduction by bestselling author and king of business satire Stanley Bing. “Nobody pricks corporate balloons better than Stanley Bing,” says the New York Post. A Fortune Magazine columnist, Bing also writes The Bing Blog on CNN. Stanley Bing chats w Van about the importance and timeliness of workplace satire. CLICK ON THE PLAYER or CLICK HERE TO LISTEN:
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