The Boss outlines the strategy in terms of food -- their meat and potatoes is their bread and butter.
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The Boss announces he's on a diet and may not be as sharp as everyone expects him to be.
Wally eats a doughnut in front of the Boss to tease about his diet.
The Boss looks for a diet buddy to make it easier. Tina develops an eating disorder.
The Boss can't concentrate because of his diet so spouts worse gibberish than usual.
Dogbert, diet guru, gives the Boss some inspiration by threats.
Note: Scott published an alternative version where Dogbert calls the Boss an overweight walrus with diabetes.
Tina edits a letter before the Boss sends it. She starts by looking for words that aren't words and sees what's left.
The Boss makes Dilbert into a sales engineer and switches him to be paid on commission.
Dilbert, sales engineer, has to lie to cover up the sales rep's statements.
Dogbert shows Dilbert how to lie to be a good sales support engineer.
The sales rep made the sale, now Dilbert has to install the product. The rep promised some extra features as well.
The network product is a box of leaves and twigs. Dilbert has to integrate it into the network.
Dilbert hooks up a box of twigs and leaves into a customer's network by running a cable through it.
Carol schedules a pre-meeting for after the meeting as that's the only time where everyone was free.
Ratbert is so happy he sings.
Dilbert orders sugared doughnuts and always gets plain doughnuts. Ratbert always licks off the sugar.
Dogbert helps the Boss remember his password. It's "123."
Dogbert runs a password recovery service for morons. Ned uses his first name.
The Boss asks Carol to book a staff meeting. The topic uses a combination of buzzwords for strategy and objectives.
The Boss wants to close the gap between strategy and objectives.
All travel must be booked through the corporate web site. Alice complains about the discount Elbonian airlines.
An alien wants to work with engineers to transfer his great knowledge.
An alien wants to share his knowledge but the company doesn't allow it.
An alien tries to share his technology with Alice.
An alien is frustrated no one wants his advanced knowledge.
Dilbert doesn't want to attend a meeting right away because it will interrupt his lunch.
The Boss asks Asok to buy an award case then buy some awards to fill it.
A VP doesn't know who reports to him.
Dogbert comes up with a foolproof way to identify losers on the payroll.
Dogbert identifies a mutant who is the best fit for the job.
The new philosophy is called "a bias for action." Dilbert wants to know which program is being eliminated to make room.