In 1999, I worked for a record store in Chicago. The dot-com bubble enveloped the store in the form of an online music retailer named Djangos.com that started in Portland and bought up stores in Chicago, Los Angeles and the Cellophane Square stores here in Seattle. Shortly after my store was taken over, all of the employees were ordered to read the book Who Moved My Cheese? to prepare for our transition into the new economy of selling $2 Everclear CDs online. The whole thing fell apart two years later.
I just wanted to take this time to let you know, if a superior at your place of employment tells you to read this book, run for your life.