The Dilbert Principle

Written by: Scott Adams

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Get ready to laugh out loud as Scott Adams, the mastermind behind the hugely popular Dilbert comic strip, takes a sharp-witted look at the absurdities of corporate America in “The Dilbert Principle”.

In this hilarious book, Adams draws on his extensive experience in the business world to expose the ridiculous realities of life in the modern workplace. Through a combination of satirical essays and more than 100 classic Dilbert comics, he skewers everything from incompetent bosses and mind-numbing bureaucracy to the ever-changing whims of management fads.

At the heart of the book is the titular “Dilbert Principle” – the idea that companies tend to systematically promote their least competent employees to management positions, where they can do the least amount of damage. Adams explores this concept with his signature wit and sarcasm, leaving no aspect of corporate culture unscathed.

Whether you’re a cubicle dweller, a middle manager, or a CEO, you’ll find plenty to relate to in “The Dilbert Principle”. Adams has an uncanny ability to capture the frustrations, absurdities, and occasional triumphs of the business world, making this book a must-read for anyone who has ever set foot in an office.

So if you’re ready to take a break from the daily grind and have a good laugh at the expense of corporate America, pick up a copy of “The Dilbert Principle”. Just be warned – you may never look at your job the same way again!


This is an oldie (published in 1996) but a goodie. The dated cover does reduce its giftability somewhat, but the content is still as relevant as ever.


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