Since 1978, Howard Harrison has worked for and with dozens of organizations. As a corporate communications executive, he has written for Fortune 500 CEOs, traveled with sales reps on customer calls, and learned waste management in the bowels of factories. He’s dealt with Finance, sparred with Legal, and matched wits with Human Resources. He’s worked in cubicles and had a corner office on the top floor of Chicago’s Prudential Building – and not in that order. "Retail Crap: Tales from the Front" is Harrison's fourth book. His last book, "Corporate Crap: Lessons Learned from 40 Years in Corporate America," was called "hilarious, smart and insightful" by reviewers. His first book – "NOW They Make it Legal: Reflections of an Aging Baby Boomer" – was named a 2016 Reviewer’s Choice by Midwest Book Review, which described it as “a memoir so vivid it’s the next best thing to a time machine.” Harrison also wrote "The Great Divide: Story of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Race," earning praise from Kirkus, which called it “lucid, well-paced and evocative … an absorbing read.”
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