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The Dilbert Principle

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The Dilbert Principle

Author: Scott Adams

Year Published: 1996

What Others are Saying:

  • Life in a cubicle! Interactions with management, co-workers, humor, grains of truth, LOL! Or choose any Scott Adams cartoon collection of Dilbert.
  • Because the work, as well as much of Adams work, serves as a major educator (in oft-sarcastic terms) about new trends in workplace life and generally serves as a place where the workers of the information age can find catharsis for their workplace trials and travails. In addition, it was a book about management that hit #1 on the New York Times bestseller list; it had a crucial if subversive role in shaping American's view of the value and nature of their new-found digital labor.


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