The Dilbert Principle: A Cubicle's-Eye View of Bosses, Meetings, Management Fads & Other Workplace Afflictions by Scott Adams

The Dilbert Principle: A Cubicle's-Eye View of Bosses, Meetings, Management Fads & Other Workplace Afflictions by Scott Adams

Scott Adams is one of the funniest people on the planet.

  • Long before "The Office" appeared on the scene, Scott Adams delivered Dilbert unto a wearing working world. And we have never looked at our bosses quite the same way again. This 600-page compendium was carefully edited by Adams ... Long before "The Office" appeared on the scene, Scott Adams delivered Dilbert unto a wearing working world. And we have never looked at our bosses quite the same way again. This 600-page compendium was carefully edited by Adams himself and includes his first cartooning check, his own asides and a disc with every Dilbert strip thus far created. Good gifting.

  • My memory is bad enough that this is an appropriate sticker for me... This is actually a commentary on electronic voting machines inspired by Scott Adams (Dilbert). However it could as easily about scrubbing of voter lists or ... My memory is bad enough that this is an appropriate sticker for me... This is actually a commentary on electronic voting machines inspired by Scott Adams (Dilbert). However it could as easily about scrubbing of voter lists or a meta-commentary on why people need the "I voted" stickers in the first place (Is it so they don't accidentally vote twice?). So much from 4 words.

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  • A very fast and entertaining read and may stimulate some brain cells along the way. Read "God's Debris" first just to get a bit of background. I also highly recommend Scott Adams blog where he talks about random things includin... A very fast and entertaining read and may stimulate some brain cells along the way. Read "God's Debris" first just to get a bit of background. I also highly recommend Scott Adams blog where he talks about random things including concepts discussed in this book. In the blog you'll see the funny side of Scott Adams, too. There is no humor in these two books (or it's just too subtle for me).

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  • Very fast read (almost a "booklet"). Gets you thinking about things you may not have considered before. Adams challenges you to find the flaws that he knows are buried in what is presented.

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