The cult columnist and author of 'Office Politics' provides practical techniques to refresh creative thinking. Avoiding fancy academic theories and mind-numbing jargon, Guy Browning blows fresh air into the dustiest corners - turning any group into a vibrant creative department. The application goes beyond marketing; it helps tackle virtually any core business issue.
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Guy Browning combines the two elements essential for a great business communicator; a firm grasp of commercial issues and an industrial-strength sense of humour. After reading History at Oxford, Guy Browning started working life as advertising copywriter at Darcy Masius Benton and Bowles and then went on to be Creative Director of The Added Value Company, Europe’s largest marketing agency. He set up his own company Smokehouse in 1997, an agency specialising in idea generation. After work, Guy Browning is one of Britain’s top humorous writers. His long standing 'How To' column in 'The Guardian' applies advanced business techniques to everyday life and shows that they don’t work there either. Guy is a regular broadcaster on BBC Radio 4 and wrote ‘Weak at the Top’ starring Alexander Armstrong.
He is also author of a number of humour and serious business books: readers often struggle to tell the difference:
'Double Your Salary, Bonk Your Boss, Go Home Early'
'Weak at the Top; the Uncensored Diary of the Last Cavemanager'
'Innervation: Redesigning yourself for a Smarter Future'
'Grass Roots Management: How to Grow Initiative and Responsibility in Your People'
'Never Hit a Jellyfish with a Spade: How to Survive Life’s Smaller Challenges'
'Never Push When it Says Pull: Small Rules for Little Problems'
'Office Politics: How Work Really Works'
Using initiative and imagination to tackle core business issues
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