In this new mass-market format, Sunday Times best-selling author Scott Adams presents an outrageous look at work, home, and everyday life in. Building on Dilbert's theory that "All people are idiots," Adams now says, “they are also weasels." Just ask anyone who worked at Enron.
In The Dilbert Principle and Dogbert's Top Secret Management Handbook, Scott Adams skewered the absurdities of the corporate world. Now he takes the next logical step, turning his keen analytical focus on how human greed, stupidity and horniness will shape the future
Scott Adams examines even more bizarre and hilarious situations in the world of work with growing absurdity.In twenty-six provocative, illustrated chapters, Adams reveals the secrets of management in every company, including; swearing your way to success, faking quality, trolls in the accounting department, humiliation as a management tool, selling bad...
If you work for a company that is sucking the life force out of your body, you have to options for getting your life back while continuing to collect your pay. Full of tips for discovering workplace joy at the expense of co-workers, stockholders, and civilization in general, Scott Adams' new book is a blueprint for rediscovering your soul at the office
Strong communication skills are arguably the most important attribute a manager can possess. Many managers believe they have already mastered the four basic communication skills – speaking, listening, writing and reading – but many simply go through the motions.