Dilbert tries to figure out what Victor's project was. There wasn't much documentation. Asok gets a goat head.
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Even though Asok now has a goat head, Dilbert thinks his project is going well with no issues.
Trying to get rid of his goat head, Asok asks Alice to slap him so hard his DNA is rearranged.
Dilbert shows the current project will never work. The Boss hopes someone in upper management cancels the project for budget reasons.
Dilbert explains his doomed project won't work and the Boss hopes an executive will cancel it.
An executive cancels Dilbert's project because his predecessor supported it. He also asks for a list of children the predecessor fathered.
Dilbert doesn't want to help out as a quality tester because it would affect his long-term pay.
Dogbert the generic manager doesn't give a project manager any real help, just platitudes.
Dilbert wants to know if there's a budget for calibrating the scope. The Boss suggests sending it to his tinkerer friend instead.
Wally complains about the bad feng shui in the lobby.
Wally stands next to Alice because she absorbs all the workflow energy. The Boss gives Alice a big assignment.
Wally blames bad feng shui for not getting any work done this week. The CEO believes in feng shui too.
The Boss wants to start using CMMI. He's not sure if that's a model for developing a process or a process for creating a framework.
The Boss says they start shipping the product in two weeks. Dilbert says there are too many bugs for that.
The Boss awards the first unit of the product to Dilbert for being the lead software engineer.
The Boss asks Dilbert to explain the issue in terms Logan can understand.
Dilbert tries to explain the issue to Logan in terms he can understand.
The Boss hired a poltergeist for the copy machine.
Tina gets captured by the poltergeist in the copy machine.
A co-worker asks Alice to check a report for technical accuracy. She doesn't have time and tells him.
A security guard tries to branch out into a tech support career, so pesters Dilbert with useless technical advice.
Dilbert shows off his new cell phone shaped like an old man's head.
Dilbert has a cell phone on his shoulder that's shaped like an old man's head. He wears it to a party.
The Boss meets his new boss. He's tied to the CEO's leg.
The Boss introduces the new VP of engineering. He has no industry experience.
The Boss sends Wally, his best engineer, to help orient the new VP of engineering.
Wally asks Carol to scan a document. She says don't bother her.
Dilbert discovers a hole in his pants but decided to wear them anyway.
Wally describes his endless software update and reboot cycles. It hasn't let him work since October.
Catbert says if an employee is too happy he must be overpaid.
Catbert says leadership is the art of trading imaginary things in the future for real things today.