How to Make A 1,000 Mistakes in Business and Still Succeed Wright 1990 Submitter: This title came from a large community college library in Texas. It was weeded only this month (April 2013). As for proof of its awfulness, I
How To Understand the Men in Your Business Life-and Win With Your Own Rules
Once again, we have a book for women on how they can adapt to the manly world of business. Thumbing through this it was much like a proto “Men are from Mars..” communication discussion. Valid? I have no idea. I do think that generalizing about gender behaviors is probably not a good idea. I would like to think that both genders have progressed, but I have my doubts about that too. Personally, I found the discussion of sports metaphors a bit ridiculous and the discussion of touch a bit icky. (Don’t touch anyone at work is a good policy) It is a weeder just because the 1980s version of an office is not contemporary enough. Upgrade to something more current.
How to Get Rich in Mail Order Powers 1980 Wow. Just wow. Think this still has merit in the small public library? No one has weeded this yet. We could make an endless list of all the things that are
Team Building An Exercise in Leadership Maddux 1992 Yeah, this is old. It also is a workbook format which I think has a dubious place in a public library collection. Too many people have no qualms about filling out information
The Professional Image The Total Program for Marketing Yourself Visually Bixler 1984 Dressing for success 1980s style! You can’t miss with your power suit and shoulder pads. Of course this needs to be weeded! Yes the basic information is pretty
How to Start Your Own Secretarial Services Business at Home Kozlow 1980 Submitter: This book was found by an intrepid library assistant. She gave it to the selector with a note stating “This is very, very old”. Copyright is 1980,
The Leadership Secrets of Santa Clause Harvey, et. al 2003 Submitter: I’m the business librarian at a mid-size university that generally doesn’t offer PhD programs (certainly not in business!) so by no means do we need a comprehensive collection of