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2016-03-01
Asok misses the freedom of being an Uber driver. Back at the company, he feels like being trapped under rubble.
Note: Guest artist John Glynn.

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2016-03-02
The Boss wants to create more false sense of urgency. He's still a sociopath, now needs to add meaningless deadlines and some fear.
Note: Guest artist John Glynn.

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2016-03-03
Carol wants a favour from Wally. Wally thinks it's unlikely, even though he hasn't heard it yet.
Note: Guest artist John Glynn.

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2016-03-04
Before making their new business plan, the Boss reviews last year's plan. They did nothing that was on last year's plan, just like every year.
Note: Guest artist John Glynn.

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2016-03-05
The CEO says the secret to success is finding one thing at which you can be the best. The CEO is best at motivating people.
Note: Guest artist John Glynn.

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2016-03-06
A co-worker asks how's the software coming along. Alice says she's still waiting for him to provide the specs, other than a cloud app that does data.

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2016-03-07
Dilbert asks the CEO when he will start motivating people. The CEO says he's been doing it for five years.
Note: Guest artist Eric Scott.

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2016-03-08
The CEO asks Catbert for advice on how to be more motivational. Catbert suggests not being boring.
Note: Guest artist Eric Scott.

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2016-03-09
The Boss says the CEO asked him to create a fifty-slide presentation to help motivate the employees. Dilbert laughs and says that's how he feels when the Boss asks for ridiculous things.
Note: Guest artist Eric Scott.

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2016-03-10
Asok demands a ten-million-dollar raise. The Boss knows the opening offer is to set an anchor for negotiations.
Note: Guest artist Eric Scott.

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2016-03-11
Asok tells Dilbert and Wally about the Boss being a bad negotiator. Asok just negotiated a 3.3-million-dollar raise for himself.
Note: Guest artist Eric Scott.

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2016-03-12
Dilbert and Wally were unable to negotiate huge raises like Asok did. Asok is the only good negotiator in the department.
Note: Guest artist Eric Scott.

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2016-03-13
Wally says the software is not done because the Boss has some new feature requests. Change is good, so the software will likely never be done.

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2016-03-14
Asok loves being the best negotiator in the department. Alice says he is not.
Note: Guest artist Josh Shipley.

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2016-03-15
Dogbert is hired as an expert on negotiation. He gets a million dollars for five minutes.
Note: Guest artist Josh Shipley.

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2016-03-16
Dogbert leads a one week training course for negotiators, and the entire course will be him trying to persuade the class to buy Dogbert's book.
Note: Guest artist Josh Shipley.

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2016-03-17
The staff who took Dogbert's negotiations class complained they learned nothing. Dogbert says the same people were scheming to vandalise the network.
Note: Guest artist Josh Shipley.

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2016-03-18
Dogbert gives Dilbert a choice of preparing food now or in one minute. Dilbert complains it's a trick of making him think past the sale.
Note: Guest artist Josh Shipley.

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2016-03-19
An identity thief stole the Boss's identity and opened a brokerage account. Dilbert wonders if he made a smart investment.
Note: Guest artist Josh Shipley.

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2016-03-20
Mordac, the preventer of all efficient solutions, doesn't have a real job. He says he lost his job description five years ago.

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2016-03-21
The Boss gets an email from his identity thief demanding the Boss stop making such racist comments.
Note: Guest artist Joel Friday.

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2016-03-22
Dilbert asks an Elbonian if Elbonians have a religion. The believe in killing anyone who offends them three times in a row.
Note: Guest artist Joel Friday.

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2016-03-23
Scientist grew an ear on the back of a rat. The rat demanded that it be removed.
Note: Guest artist Joel Friday.

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2016-03-24
Dilbert's analysis doesn't conform with the Boss's preconceived notions so the Boss believes the analysis is wrong.
Note: Guest artist Joel Friday.

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2016-03-25
Dilbert unnecessarily duplicated Ted's work because the Boss forgot he asked both Dilbert and Ted to do the same task. So did Alice.
Note: Guest artist Joel Friday.

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2016-03-26
Dilbert simplified a slide for the Boss. But the Boss isn't sure whether it was simplified or not.
Note: Guest artist Joel Friday.

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2016-03-27
Dick from the Internet asks Dilbert if he would like to a monster to keep a baby alive. But Dilbert isn't a liar most of the time.

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2016-03-28
Wally's passion is to avoid having measurable goals.
Note: Guest artist Donna Oatney.

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2016-03-29
Asok worries about someone finding out his socks are so worn out and only the ankle parts remain.
Note: Guest artist Donna Oatney.

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2016-03-30
The Boss wants solutions, not problems. That would make him more useless, in Dilbert's opinion.
Note: Guest artist Donna Oatney.

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2016-03-31
An interviewee says he will dedicate one hundred percent of his energy to making the company succeed. Dilbert wonders about the candidate's family.
Note: Guest artist Donna Oatney.

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