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He turned this idea into a winning comic strip series, making himself a household name and fabulously rich…and justifiably so.
Although I haven’t experienced most if any of the things in the book it was still fun and helps serve as a what not to do in management book. I also learned a lot of jargon, too.
I had come across Dilbert before, but never gave it a serious thought. And the emails Scott has received from disgruntled employees back that up. You can use a lot of lingo and not say anything at prinsip. Rereading this classic for the n-th time, it astounds me how current it still is. I had more than a few hearty laughs here. A fun and sarcastic look at the business world and daily grind many office workers see and feel. Middle management will always be the dumbest fuckers in the company.
Combine editions 2 Jun 22, As I’m pursuing MBA and this book deals with every anomaly there is in corporate life, I instantly got connected to it. Want to Read saving….
Life in the workplace is hell—unless Scott Adams is in the next cubicle. I have worked in a cubicle environment for the better in terms of proportion, not quality part of the ‘s, and into the early 00’s. The folly of offices! In the top three best books I’ve ever read!!
He married Shelly Miles on July 22, The resulting hilarity might keep you from showing up to work with a high powered, laser scoped rifle at a later date. Brilliant and still so apt. Bad bosses, bad ideas, blame being placed in the wrong place, bad policies, and the hilarious truth about how money makes the world go around Thanks for telling us about the problem. Hopefully I can avoid the worst of it in my own career. In recent years, Ada Librarian Note: I think we are in the decline of the “Office Space” era, and I don’t really harbor any resentment towards my own corporation though I do sit in a drab cubicle but this remains a must-read for any disaffected employee of a large company.
The book is slightly outdated. I cannot count the times I laughed out loud at something or another in this book. Once you finish this masterpiece, you will be able to understand and face all sort of situations, no matter how stupid they might seem. I recommend all CEO’s and managers read this book, and do their best to ensure their own businesses and offices do not do any of the things contained within its pages.
Since latehe has suffered from a reemergence of his focal dystonia which has affected his drawing. Know that you are not alone! However, on October 24,he again blogged stating that he had recovered from this condition, although he is unsure if the recovery is permanent. Granted many of the things that this book talks about have happened in my career. This book was great and I believe that I laughed at least once per page. I knew that Scott Adams has long running hilarious Dilbert comic series.
I recommend all CEO’s and managers read this This is probably one of my favorite comedy-non-fiction books of all time, spot on from start to finish despite intended as satire.
TQM should probably replaced by Agile or similar. The horrible advice contained within is sure to remind any office worker in the US at least, if not elsewhere prunzip things they have actually experienced in their careers. It just strikes home and ringns true. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Timeless cyncism applicable to almost any situation. Philyaw, I do not know how to underline on here. I learned a lot, too. This is a well though out work and an excellent read. Though this was written more than pprinzip decade ago, it still seems very relevant to our world today, which sadly means that not much has changed over the years