I recommend this book and have ordered copies for clients. As the title indicates, it is particularly designed for, and valuable to, application of MBTI in the working environment. I would say it i smore useful to people who are already MNTI practitioners or who are familiar with the instrument. It isn't really an introduction to MBTI. Another word of caution; it is overtly American, in writing style and context, but this does not detract from its value. The case studies / examples are vivid and relevant. Chapters deal with aspects such as teamwork, leadership, meetings and communication, all of which describe how the different types react to the same situations and environments. I particularly like the late chapter on how the types react to stress at work. This book is very useful for me personally as a practitioner working with corporate clients but that is obviously quite a niche market.