Corinne Maier, the author of “Bonjour Paresse,” a sort of slacker manifesto whose title translates as “Hello Laziness,” has become a. 5 déc. Le titre “Bonjour paresse” de Corinne Maier (en écho bien sur au Bonjour tristesse de Sagan) est très malin. Cette économiste, ex cadre d’EDF. Bonjour paresse (), Corinne Maier, éd. Michalon, (ISBN 3), p. Il est clair que dans un monde où il est conseillé d’être souple, bien vu.
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Mwier of such stagnation in France’s hierarchy-obsessed society have produced elaborate rituals to keep people busy. Trivia About Bonjour Laziness It is gaining in popularity just as the International Monetary Fund is urging Europeans to work longer and harder to stiffen their paresse economies.
I liked the parts about Americanisms seeping their way into French culture in general but especially into the office: This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
This book may have been intended to be funny, but it simply depressed me. In an urbanised society, an office is a village, a small community in which can be found both conflict and deep bonds of friendship. Corinne Maier has a simple ambition. May 03, John rated it really liked it. Ms Maier is the closest thing France has to Scott Adams, the comic genius behind the best-selling Dilbert cartoon strips in the U.
Our website is secured by bit SSL encryption issued by Verisign Inc, making your shopping at Sapnaonline as secure as possible. Maier likes to quote Lacan and Bomjour for no other reason than to let you know she’s read Lacan and Foucault, and she takes pages of a page book to get to the point.
Her employer of 12 years was bbonjour amused. Rewritten by the management, it becomes official history, with its own heroes and festivals to motivate the worker and encourage identification with the company, unified and bonjoyr. On to the next.
The desire to “jump off the corporate ladder” seems far less prevalent than the desire to get promoted to a higher rung — which, it is always assumed, will be more rewarding not only materialistically but also spiritually.
Niemand glaubt mehr an eine kontinuierliche Karriere, an deren Ende die wohlverdiente Rente steht. Zudem hat das Lob der Faulheit echte Tradition in Frankreich. You’ll only have to work harder for what amounts to peanuts.
It is a book of its time and place. In an age when Downing Croinne welcomes employees of the McKinsey management consultancy, it is quite easy to corinnw where Maier’s crossness has come from.
Lists with This Book. Hierarchies have dissolved and almost everyone jostles to be a “project manager”; secretaries have disappeared and now executives generate and deal with their own supremely pointless paperwork, those growing mountains of “mission statements”. This book touches upon bonnour, but the author gets a little too cute and pithy for her own good.
The author is trying to come across as a kind of cynical intellectual observer, but in the end she seems to be ra My expectations were not really high, but I at least thought that I would have to chuckle sometimes remembering my own, not hyper-successful, time in a big corporate enterprise. In some ways, the more things change, the more they stay the same.
She said the reaction of co-workers has been mixed, with some outraged by her thankless attitude. Whereas Scott Adams drew his inspiration from his nine years as a middle manager occupying cubicle 4SR for the Pacific Bell phone company, Ms Maier has had a very different taste of life in the executive slow lane – twelve years in the bowels paress the French public sector.
An anarchic antidote to management tomes promising the secrets of ever greater productivity, Bonjour paresse is a slacker’s bible, a manual for those who devote their professional lives to the sole pursuit of idleness.
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It will go the same way as the dialectical materialism of the communist system. Corine Maier est bien incapable de livrer les traits saillants de son enfance.
Anyone who has worked in a low-level office job will immediately identify with Maier’s disdain and frustration for corporate culture. Bonjour paresse initially seemed destined to disappear without trace. Weiter in die Tiefe ging die Analyse indes nicht. We are not eating dust for its own pleasure.