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Dilbert Principle: A Cubicle's-Eye View of Bosses, Meetings, Management Fads and Other Workplace Afflictions

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 18, 2013

    My colleague let me read this book yesterday and just could not

    My colleague let me read this book yesterday and just could not stop laughing my head off! I forgot how much I loved reading those funny Dilbert sayings. And guess what, each of those stories are so true. I have experienced or one of my colleagues have experienced some or almost all ot these situations. As a matter of fact just before my colleague gave us the book to read, a similar situation from the book happen in the office. We all just laughed our heads off. Saying, this would be a perfect situation for Dilbert. M in NY

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  • Posted July 7, 2011

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    Stands the Test of Time, and is Still Ahead of the Curve!

    This is a flat-out masterpiece. Satire and bristling commentary at its sharpest. The marvelous thing is that it holds up after all these years and is still very re-readable. Again, this book is a flat-out masterpiece and made me a fan of Scott Adams.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 1, 2008

    Hilarious!

    I am a huge Dilbert Fan having worked in a cubicle most of my professional career and this book had so many situations presented that I myself had experienced. Adams' Dilbert has much of the same frustration as I do at times.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 20, 2001

    Fun, But Repetitive

    I originally enjoyed the Dilbert series, but found this book to be too repetitive and Dilbert's inability to voice his opinion a bit unrealistic. Yet, I still like a good laugh about the workplace and so I searched for other such books and found one which I would like to highly recommend: MANAGEMENT BY VICE (C.B. Don). It is a side-splitting satire with a refreshing candid, witty look at mis-management follies in a typical high-tech company. Give it a read and see, if you don't find that you also enjoy the true-to-life hilarious episodes as much as any Dilbert book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2001

    The Dilbert Principle

    the dilbert principle is an exellent book and it was very funny and inspirational. i learn t a lot about woking and workplace afflictions.

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