I think the concept behind this book is better than its content. The title is excellent, but I'm a little disappointed by the answers given in the book. Many of the questions seem contrived and there is little substance in many of the answers. I've gotten a much better idea of what Buddha would do by reading 'Open Your Mind, Open Your Life' by Taro Gold.
I found this book in a little bookshop in Marin Co., CA. Why isn't it being publicized more? Even the authors say "getting promoted is a happy side-effect of excellent work," and this book is just such an excellent work in that it furnishes great exampoles of practical ways to handle ourselves in the ready-made workplace or to create a workplace where dilemmas can be faced with the guidance of Bhudda thinking. Thanks to the authors for this help and recommendations.