It is undeniable that the corporate world is very challenging and complex. It is constantly taking on new shape and form in response to circumstances that are often beyond its control. Competition gets keener and chances grow slimmer as one moves up its pyramidal echelons. The wheat becomes separated from the chaff and only the fittest (not necessarily the smartest) end up at the top. If merit, however, is hardly the sole criterion for corporate success. Where then lies the trump card? In “The Big Bad Kahuna”, Bukki has provided a great insight into the forces that rule in the lives of individuals in the convoluted world of corporate entities. The book is a very interesting read for those who are eager to understand the internal struggles that shape the lives of individuals in the corporate world. In the book, they will learn about survival and how it may change the way they see and think about that peculiar world and themselves for the rest of their lives.