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The Dilbert Principle by Scott Adams
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Oct 31, 11

Read from October 18 to 31, 2011

Interspersed with old Dilbert comics, Scott Adams expresses his opinion on how business works – that is, office life and working (or lack thereof).

Lots of this book is stuck in the 90s. So it’s not really relevant anymore. Some of the descriptions are still humourous (I particularly liked the section about managers – one of them was one of my bosses to a T and the section on engineers, which I could groan and concur). I was hoping for funnier comics intertwined. Some of them were good but I’ve read quite a bit of Dilbert and some of them were not that great. Anyway, if you’ve ever worked in a cubicle or had more than one manager or ever had to socialize with an engineer, you will get some entertainment from this book.


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