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The world’s most comprehensive collection
Deciphering the jargon and bullshit we all encounter in business today.
● Contains 2,000 of the most annoying, pretentious and often useless business jargon and terms.
● Each jargon and term is deciphered with a heavy dose of humour. ● Presented in dictionary format – includes cross-referencing to other related bullshit jargons and terms.
● Excellent gift book – to save anyone from the bewilderment and bafflement of business bullshit.

Book Details

  • Publisher: LID Publishing
  • ISBN: 978‐1‐907794‐30‐8
  • FORMAT: 216 x 138mm
  • Bookbinding: Paperback
  • Number of pages: 224

AUTHOR

Kevin DuncanKevin Duncan

Kevin Duncan is a business advisor, marketing expert and the author of several successful business books, including the bestselling The Diagrams Book (LID). He previously worked in the communications and advertising sector for over 25 years.

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