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2014-03-01
Studies show offering customers too many options may prevent them from buying. The Boss says that's not a real thing.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 104

2014-03-02
The Boss wants to judge Dilbert's ideas. Dilbert says that's like asking a chipmunk to judge algebra.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 105

2014-03-03
The CEO eliminates all management levels and makes the Boss equal to the engineers.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 106

2014-03-04
The Boss tells Catbert he has no idea what to do, now the company is organised as a holcracy.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 106

2014-03-05
The Boss gets advice from Wally about how to look busy. Wally suggests walking into other cubicles uninvited and babbling about things others don't care about.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 106

2014-03-06
The CEO wants to know how the flattened organisation is working out. The Boss reports fork attacks and insider trading are up.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 107

2014-03-07
The experiment with a flattened organisation has failed, so the Boss is the boss again.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 107

2014-03-08
Their A-B tests show more people click if the buttons are orange rather than green. Dilbert loses faith in human intelligence.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 107

2014-03-09
The Boss sets Dilbert and impossible task then tries to step out of the way to let Dilbert succeed. That's what all great leaders do.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 108

2014-03-10
Dilbert's stress is down since he realised all humans are irrational.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 109

2014-03-11
Wally stops telecommuting because it's too exhausting.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 109

2014-03-12
Topper compares Dilbert's phone with a tiny screen to his enormous one.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 109

2014-03-13
An SEO expert determines what brings people to their site. Most effective are wingless skunk, junkyard snack and planned injury.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 110

2014-03-14
The Boss needs to send a text to Paul. Wally suggests using all caps because Paul uses a hearing aid.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 110

2014-03-15
Dogbert uses A-B testing to manipulate humans. He gets excited about the control.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 110

2014-03-16
The Boss wants Dilbert to create a clever video about their product and make sure it goes viral. Dilbert says no one can predict what goes viral.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 111

2014-03-17
Catbert will brainwash the engineers into thinking company profits are more important than employee health. It's called employee engagement.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 112

2014-03-18
Alice tells the Boss she was talking with some idiots who agree with the Boss on every topic.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 112

2014-03-19
The Boss gets reports that Dilbert is being cynical. Dilbert says it's just an accurate worldview.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 112

2014-03-20
Managers should hire great people and give them clear expectations. The Boss admits he got the first part wrong and doesn't know what to do about the second part.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 113

2014-03-21
Wally wants to work at home a few days per week. The Boss is suspicious Wally's hours will go down.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 113

2014-03-22
Alice gets the Boss nervous at her performance review by stating she will resign at the slightest criticism.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 113

2014-03-23
The Boss says you can't compare apples and oranges. The engineers dispute that because they are both food that grows on trees.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 114

2014-03-24
Plantkiller tells Dilbert and Asok about the time he saw a potato. Asok calls him the world's worst conversationalist.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 115

2014-03-25
Alice asks Plantkiller for some data. He's called that because his boring stories kill all office plants within earshot.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 115

2014-03-26
The Boss introduces a consultant from the firm "Booze Muhkidney". He subsists on travel, loneliness and sleep deprivation.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 115

2014-03-27
The consultant from "Booze Muhkidney" just travels, works and eats unhealthy food. He can't manage his own life but people hire him for business advice.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 116

2014-03-28
The consultant from "Booze Muhkidney" hasn't slept since October, and thinks he's flat-lining.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 116

2014-03-29
Alice's work saved the company a billion dollars. But she can't get a raise because she once had a personal item on her desk.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 116

2014-03-30
The Boss says ignore people who say it can't be done. Always trust your gut. So Dilbert leaves to get a sandwich.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 117

2014-03-31
The Boss wants to know how he can help operationalise the company's strategy. Dilbert asks him to stop acting like a puppet that ate a dictionary.

Book: Go Add Value Someplace Else, page: 118