He stole my idea, though
I'm a father, husband, web developer, and aspiring to be a lot of things.
My literary interests are mostly science fiction, fantasy, comics, and some occasional programming or parenting books.
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It's a decent children's book. If you're an adult, don't expect too much, but it would be great to read to your kids, if you're a parent. If you want entertainment, and slightly fewer platitudes, watch the MGM film.
I read this for my job. This is the program that my company uses to organize all its operations.
Having seen it in operation for the past three months, I can say that why applied well, it can really help a company work well.
I can definitely think of several companies I've worked at before that would have benefited from this program.
Although, I would also say that this definitely only works as part of the effort. This doesn't define company culture, which is also an important part of a functioning company.
It also doesn't seem like a program that would work for a very large company. Several hundred employees would be difficult to organize with EOS, I think.
I was honestly a little disappointed in most of the stories. The description made it sounds like there would be an inside look into these other alien cultures, but most of the chapters involved The Federation's interactions with them.
The standout to me was the Andorian chapter. I thought that was a neat look at Andorian culture.
The Romulan story was also pretty good.