As the hordes of office workers who see themselves in each day's "Dilbert" cartoon know, Dilbert is more than a comic strip character. He represents the little guy who despite his corporate drone status considers himself infinitely smarter than middle management. Granted, that's nothing to write a memo about, but it certainly gives hope (and plenty of laughs) to the 150 million fans who read the strip in two thousand newspapers each day. Dilbert's following also extends to the publishing world. Scott Adams's eighteen cartoon collections are regular fixtures on best-seller lists and his four business books — including The Dilbert Principle, recognized as one of the top-selling business books of all time — are New York Times best-sellers. "Dilbert" fans scoop up calendars with equal fervor, having purchased a million to date. Those kinds of numbers are almost enough to make you believe that the would-be Dilberts of the world could one day rise up and wrest power from the pointy-haired bosses. A drone can dream, can't he? There's plenty of space on each weekly spread for recording "important" meetings and plenty of laughs to be had from the weekly full-color "Dilbert" cartoons. 7.31" X 8.5"
|Publisher:||Andrews McMeel Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|