Wally didn't get the benchmark tests done because of global warming.
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It's Catbert's fault the company is losing market share.
Catbert decides to segment the compensation of different classes of employees.
Dilbert wants to invite friends over for a barbecue but needs to make some friends first.
Carol arranges the executive golf tournament. She put cigar smokers in the Boss's foursome. Lunch is baked beans and sauerkraut.
The Boss is off to the executive golf tournament. He realises the contrast between his job and Carol's.
Asok caddies for the Boss in a golf tournament. Asok confuses a sand wedge and a sandwich.
Dogbert convinces a management consultant firm to hire him as a management consultant.
Dilbert attends an all-hands meeting.
Ted's job is outsourced and he gets a job with the outsourcer.
No one at Dilbert's meeting has any knowledge or the authority to make decisions.
Carol sets up a dinner for key employees, who are everyone except her.
Having internal phone lists are against policy bu the Boss doesn't know why.
No drinking coffee at work is the new policy. Policies are for evil purposes.
Wally applies for a job he's unqualified for to use it to negotiate for a raise.
The Boss will be managing the Elbonian branch office, but back in his own country.
The Boss says Elbonians won't work unless they're watched constantly.
The Boss asks for feedback on the idea of hiring a project coordinator. Everyone thinks it's a bad idea.
New employees learn they'll have no time for exercise. They'll work long hours and consume trans fats.
Dilbert is promoted from senior engineer to lead engineer. The pay is the same.
Dilbert is promoted to lead engineer and so is Wally. They're both disappointed.
Alice and Dilbert get Asok to raise the issue that the project uses old technology instead of new.
Tina complains Wally's snacks are too loud.
Tina complains to Catbert Wally eats loud snacks in his cubicle.
Alice visits a psychologist about her urge to punch people who deserve it.
Wally receives many e-mails from the Boss, all marked highest priority. So he spent the entire week working on the first one.
The Boss hires Dogbert's moving company to relocate Ted. The movers are cheap.
The automated test software has been cut from the budget so the Boss asks Dilbert to write it.
Dilbert tries to get the system price from a vendor but all she talks about is delivery time.
Dilbert can't get an automated testing system by the Boss's deadline so Dilbert needs to work smarter with a bias for action.
There are two kinds of management problems -- those than can be solved by yelling and the kind that can be solved by buying software.