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  • Paperback: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing (Sept. 1 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0740718398
  • ISBN-13: 978-0740718397
  • Product Dimensions: 22.9 x 0.8 x 21.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 318 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #169,648 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Scott Adams is the creator of Dilbert (www.dilbert.com) which appears in more than 2,000 newspapers in sixty-five countries. Scott has twenty-nine books in print with more than eleven million copies sold, including two number one New York Times best-sellers. He is CEO of Scott Adams Foods, Inc. and co-owner of two restaurants, Stacey's Cafe in Pleasanton, California and Stacey's at Waterford. The author, cartoonist, engineer, artist, restauranteur, actor, hypnotist, and entrepeneur lives in northern California with his wife and two cats.

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I enjoy the Dilbert cartoons as much as most fans and have found many office truths in the skillful cartoons. Yet, a typical company workplace does not only consist of office life. In most companies there are also extensive research and develoment departments and an array of managers from technical to the self-important CEOs, which are rarely mentioned and dealt with in these cartoons. In this way I find the Dilbert cartoons to be limited and one-sided in their portrayal of real company worklife. I worked in a major company for many years, so I felt much has been left out. If you'd like to get a better feel for the kind of true-to-life examples of workplace "vices" and managerial traits that can eventually lead to ENRON, Worldcom etc., then I would like to suggest the real sharp satire, "MANAGEMENT BY VICE" by C.B. Don. It does have a sprinkling of hilarious pen&ink drawings, but it is the fast flowing text that is really worth reading and thinking about. Well, Dilbert has his famous place in the office and many cheers for that, but I believe that "Management By Vice" complements the Dilbert cartoons with a whole new, company-wide perspective...after all, you don't see the inside scoop on a grievance procedure or the meaning of the "Doughnut Deal" in the Dilbert series...and even the flippant Company CEO and his self-serving management staff are deservedly exposed!
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This is almost a pointless review because if you like Scott Adams you will buy this and if you don't get the Dilbert humour then you are not even going to read this review!
This is more of the collected strips, nothing new but a copy to cherish of all the strips people stick over the office wall. As always the focus is on the office and the impact of mis-managment and all the hoops through which office workers have to jump. If you work in an office you will see so much of your 9-5 life within this book, you will think Scott Adams sits next to you, rather then that overweight guy who steals your mints.
I do know of the odd person who does not work in an office who has read some of my Dilbert books and can't get the jokes and the shame is that they are missing out on something very special.
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We all enjoy our share of office humour and it can really break the ice and relieve tension. As everyone knows laughter is a great stress reliever. Dilbert and Dogbert are no strangers to the office and this latest book will either leave you cracking up with laughter or picking up your final paycheque - depending on whether your boss is likened to the one in this book! If you are not familiar with this author, I suggest you also read, "Random Acts of Management" and "Excuse Me While I Wag", both are written with the same tongue-in-cheek humour as "When Did Ignorance Become A Point of View" and guaranteed to bring more than deep-hearted chuckle into the office environment.
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This is the 18th spectacular collection of stupidity, laughs, and weirdness. In this book, an amobia gets hired, and GASP, Dilbert gets fired (don't worry folks, it's only temporary)!! The motivation fairy visits Wally, who has made not working in the office a perfect art. In this book, Adams also introduces a new regular, Ming (female) the web designer.Dilbert still gets dates, though. These strips are the funniest.
Scott Adams creates the perfect comics for people who have an office job, and people who don't (like me ,BWAHAHA!!!!). I strongly suggest that you buy this book.
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