The corporate odyssey of Luke Glass: a reluctant journeyman.
Every search, every journey has a beginning, Lukes was denial . . .
‘A rollicking ride that spirals into places many of us do our best not to go…’
‘Very clever and very funny. I loved it!’
‘Confronting. Dancing with the Bull challenged my views on management – it affected me.’
Set in a busy world with neither mobile phones nor computers, Dancing with the Bull is a humorous, yet thought-provoking tale exploring the machinations of modern corporate life, as seen through the eyes of Luke Glass; a Master of the Universe and incredibly important person who has it all. However, when Luke unexpectedly loses his job, his incredibly busy life comes to an abrupt end, and he suddenly finds himself a mere mortal at home alone with only his unsympathetic dog for company. It is not until Luke meets Manifesto, a mysterious archetype, that he can move on and re-enter the world of power and influence he so desperately craves. Only this time it’s different, all is not what it seems, and, in the end, Luke needs to choose between the corporate games he has always played and the story of a boy in search of a bull he discovers by chance.
Culture is what happens while management is busy making other plans . . .
The dances we cherish most are often the ones we least expect.