This fishy book talk about the real-life Pike Place Fish Market in Seattle, made famous for having FUN workers who throw fish around (and even invite the customers into the fun). Because the staff give so much attention to the customers, it was big business for the market and fun for everyone. And also a fictional story about how the Fish! philosophy was applied to a manager's company to improve both productivity and morale.
It is interesting to note that the people working at the Pike Place fish market actually felt disgusted with the book, but hey, it is nonetheless an interesting book.
If only all our companies can be just as fun, we can achieve great results.
To prove my point, take the look at the social experiment below, on how fun can actually make people take the stairs instead of the escalator.
(Please turn on the volume)
Now, how do you convince your boss that having fun is good for the company?