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2014-08-01
The CEO wants the company to act more like a start-up. Dilbert asks if he means they ask for funding for one thing and then pivot six times?

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2014-08-02
Dilbert was offered a job at a start-up at half his pay plus equity in the company that has no value.

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2014-08-03
Dilbert tells the Boss venture capitalists care most about the skills of the engineers, and threatens to quit and form a start-up.

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2014-08-04
Dilbert has an idea for a start-up. Dogbert tells Dilbert he is doomed. Dilbert is optimistic he could pivot to the next idea and Dogbert repeats he is doomed.

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2014-08-05
The Boss wants something so simple his mother could use it. Dilbert says his mother learned Ruby on Rails over the weekend.

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2014-08-06
The CEO says they can only succeed if they execute. Wally asks if that's the same as they can only succeed if they succeed.

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2014-08-07
The Boss asks Tina to ghost write a book of his leadership advice but doesn't plan to read it himself.

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2014-08-08
Asok tells the CEO he's reading a book that says the secret to success is networking with successful people. The CEO says it also says to avoid contact with losers.

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2014-08-09
Asok asks the Boss if they can network to help Asok's career. The Boss says that sounds weird and creepy.

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2014-08-10
The CEO says it's better to execute an imperfect plan today than a perfect plan next week. Dilbert says he's now free from any penalty if he does things wrong.

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2014-08-11
A coworker says it's tradition for an engineer to savage every technology decision made before he got involved, and asks Dilbert to be gentle with his software.

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2014-08-12
Dilbert tells the Boss the project has weak code and Dilbert must rewrite it all from scratch.

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2014-08-13
Dilbert is happy because he's feeling rested and no one has been awful to him all day.

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2014-08-14
Dilbert arrives home happy and asks Dogbert to no ruin a perfect day.

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2014-08-15
Dilbert tells the Garbageman he had a great day yesterday. The Garbageman says Dilbert didn't really have a good day, it's all in his mind.

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2014-08-16
Wally is on a conference call but is drinking coffee in the hallway. That's OK because they aren't saying anything important.

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2014-08-17
The Boss thinks Dilbert needs better time management skills. Dilbert says he's behind schedule because he's doing the work of three engineers.

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2014-08-18
On a conference call, Wally pretends to be Ted to avoid getting an assignment.

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2014-08-19
The Boss reviews a simple proposal and says he will get the lawyers to turn it into a complex document with new complexity risks.

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2014-08-20
A company lawyer turned the Boss's simple business deal into a flaming pile of excrement.

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2014-08-21
Ratbert wants to go to Google when he dies. He would spend eternity with free food, bus service and massages.

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2014-08-22
The Boss hires an ex-Google employee because he was driven. Dilbert asks if that's because they have free bus service.

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2014-08-23
Asok is always tense. Wally says that's the tyranny of expectations. Competency is a vicious cycle.

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2014-08-24
The Boss wants to know what skills to look for in his next hire. Dilbert offers to write them down. He can solve all problems by writing stuff down.

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2014-08-25
The Boss introduces Barry, a skeleton in an exosuit.

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2014-08-26
Experts say you need a great team to get great results. Dilbert has to make do with an intern, Wally and a corpse.

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2014-08-27
Dilbert is going deep on a technology problem today. He will dedicate his attention at the expense of social awareness.

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2014-08-28
Wally comes across Dilbert hard at work and says Dilbert has put all his mental energy into solving a problem, so won't be able to have any social awareness.

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2014-08-29
Wally says the key to success is not caring what others think of you. And that's also true of being totally useless.

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2014-08-30
The CEO asks Dogbert to co-author a book on success with him. He wants readers to believe success comes from hard work and wise decisions.

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2014-08-31
Wally keeps sending links to tips for a good leader to the Boss. He says the Boss can master some of them before retirement, if he's lucky.

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