Mission,Vision and Bullshit
Yaagneshwaran Ganesh

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Synopsis

Did they pep-talk you to follow your passion? Welcome to the corporate platinum donkey club, time to transform from human to zombies.

And you spent hours in those useless meetings? That is some start!! You could better sit down with a drunkard and hear him vent out. There are chances that you might hear something sensible.

At least those external consultants mint money out of plain air by proactively throwing bullshit on your boss before he does.

Employees are assets you said. True, hence you depreciate, feels your boss.

You cannot escape shit. Instead why not take a satirical look at things?

In Mission, Vision and Bullshit, Yaagneshwaran takes a satirical view of the corporate world and the hypocrisies of the top management. The book helps you the see the funny and lighter side of the management fads, grapevines, rewarding systems, re-orgs and all the bullshit that will be forced upon you, being in the corporate world.

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BALA PRATIP RAJ.V

I would definitely appreciate the Synopsis of this book and the writing style of the author. I felt more like interacting with him. But the plot is very boring and i felt like reading a Journal of someone talking about corporates. Well, I agree to most of the part but rest are cliches and sheer fictional. Please work on some minor Grammatical errors and Best of Luck

Jan 14 '15
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Oct 31 '14
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Aditya Pandey

Thumbs up for the synopsis !
But the novel fails to carry the trail. I found some of the things very hard to believe. Say, a lady who's herself appealing and curvaceous, inquiring about the girlfriend. Many of the facts were hard to relate with and thus, lost my string of interest. Vocab so use is good but the story and content, i feel, should be able to appeal the audience which i feel is lacking in this case. Anyways, A nice try and improvement is a disease better not to get rid off. All the best to you and your Vir :)

Oct 18 '14
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Aug 21 '14
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Aviral Singh

TO be honest, I didn't like the story at all..!! There were too many cliches and conversations going around, gossips happening in the acme were too much, it seemed as if the people in the company had nothing to do but gossip. That's where I lost interest in the story. I had to drag myself to finish the first chapter, However I browsed through the rest of the pages too, so as to provide a proper review. To me the synopsis and the book cover seemed nice, but the story couldn't hold back my attention. All the best..!!

Aug 12 '14
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Yaagneshwaran Ganesh

Thank you Aviral Singh, appreciate your time to read it and give me a honest review!!

Aug 12 '14
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About the author

Yaagneshwaran Ganesh Follow

Yaagneshwaran is one of the influencers on LinkedIn and he heads the Global Marketing Operations for Corporater Inc., headquartered in Stavanger, Norway. He is also known for his earlier fiction novel “Taken Already” which was a significant hit.