This Is the Part Where You Pretend to Add Value

This Is the Part Where You Pretend to Add Value

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Andrews McMeel
Ninety percent of ethics is picking the right ethicist." -Dilbert

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Scott Adams offers up his this Dilbert collection exploring themes of sloth and corporate indifference. The arbitrary, unspoken rules of interoffice emailing, the random policy generator, and the knowledge that management has indeed given up ever trying to win an award for best place to work all combine to make life in the Dilbert workplace as demoralizing as real life.

Dilbert navigates through the same corporate 9 to 5 existence in which his readers physically dwell. Dilbert, Dogbert, the boss, Wally, Alice, and Catbert tackle corporate indolence, avarice, and pretense one strip at a time, from the neighboring cubicle whistler to the project naysayer to the guy who's always just too busy to lend a hand.

Baker
& Taylor

The thirty-first collection exploring themes of sloth and corporate indifference. The arbitrary, unspoken rules of interoffice e-mailing, the random policy generator, and the knowledge that management has indeed given up on trying to win an award for best place to work all combine to make life in the Dilbert workplace as demoralizing as real life.
A collection of comic strips in which Dilbert and his co-workers cope with senior management, the pointy-haired boss, Dogbert, Catbert, and each other as they work in an office for a large corporation.

Simon and Schuster
"Ninety percent of ethics is picking the right ethicist." --Dilbert

Scott Adams offers up his this Dilbert collection exploring themes of sloth and corporate indifference. The arbitrary, unspoken rules of interoffice emailing, the random policy generator, and the knowledge that management has indeed given up ever trying to win an award for best place to work all combine to make life in the Dilbert workplace as demoralizing as real life.

Dilbert navigates through the same corporate 9 to 5 existence in which his readers physically dwell. Dilbert, Dogbert, the boss, Wally, Alice, and Catbert tackle corporate indolence, avarice, and pretense one strip at a time, from the neighboring cubicle whistler to the project naysayer to the guy who's always just too busy to lend a hand.

Publisher: Kansas City, Mo. : Andrews McMeel Pub., c2008
ISBN: 9780740772276
0740772279
Branch Call Number: 741.5973 Ad19th
Characteristics: 128 p. : chiefly col. ill. ; 23 cm

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