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Dilbert: Thriving On Vague Objectives By Scott Adams

Dilbert: Thriving On Vague Objectives by Scott Adams

Condition - Very Good
$13.99
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Summary

The latest collection of office antics for suppressed and repressed workers everywhere

Dilbert: Thriving On Vague Objectives Summary

Dilbert: Thriving On Vague Objectives: A Dilbert Collection by Scott Adams

'Long term, I hope to convince our boss I have the power to become invisible'

This new collection of Scott Adams' wildly popular comic strip Dilbert is back to update loyal readers on the so-called careers of Dilbert, power-hungry Dogbert, Wally, Asok the intern and an ever-expanding cast of 'guest stars' as they wallow through pointless projects, mismanaged company takeovers, futile teambuilding exercises and other inane company initiatives like the 'name the restroom' contest.

'Funny, apt, relentless' Financial Times

Dilbert: Thriving On Vague Objectives Reviews

Funny, apt, relentless' Financial Times

About Scott Adams

Scott Adams is an American cartoonist and creator of the Dilbert comic strip which debuted on in 1989 and has since become an international success, appearing in over two thousand newspapers worldwide. He is also the author of several business books including The Dilbert Principal.

Additional information

GOR001382902
9780752226057
0752226053
Dilbert: Thriving On Vague Objectives: A Dilbert Collection by Scott Adams
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Pan Macmillan
2005-12-02
128
N/A
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This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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