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    Key Books

    Managing Up: 59 Ways to Build a Career-Advancing Relationship with Your Boss

    Mobbing: Emotional Abuse in the American Workplace, 2002 Revised Edition

    Gray Matters : The Workplace Survival Guide

    How to Stay When Your CEO Goes

    "Back in the boom days, CIOs were like players in a corporate game of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? playing with big IT budgets for a slew of enterprisewide projects. Today, with spending locked down and empty cubicles surrounding the remaining IT staffers, the game may feel more like Survivor, a test of deprivation and endurance through a bear-economy obstacle course. So what happens when your corporate sponsor?the CEO or other executive who brought you on board and signed off on your major projects?gets voted off the island by an antsy board? What happens to your projects, your employees...and you? Here is the hard-won advice of a few CIOs who’ve been there."

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