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The Dilbert Principle by Scott Adams
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Jan 05, 2011

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Read from January 05 to 13, 2011

Interesting book that's an almost completely satirical take on corporate offices. I guess the book didn't get more than 3 stars from me because it honestly kind of depressed me to read about some things that are mocked in the book which have actually happened here. I guess I also don't "get" all the Dilbert cartoons, although when they're on, they're REALLY on.

The book has a good, but far-too-short last chapter about how an ideal office should be run. I didn't agree with all of Adams' suggestions, but they came from a good place and were pretty thought-provoking.

But, enough non-fiction. It's time to read some good-ol' mind-numbing fiction again!!!

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