Dilbert wonders why Ted didn't make any notes at the meeting even though they agreed on about fifty things.
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Dogbert forms a support group for people who always make bad choices. Ratbert will organise it.
Wally gets an ergo buddy, who will make suggestions for better ergonomics.
Dogbert starts a meeting for the society for people who make bad decisions. He thanks them for getting the stain protection plan.
The Boss wants to get someone to quantify the value of Dilbert's research and development work.
Wally complains his single point of contact has died.
The Boss wants Wally to work with a greater sense of urgency.
Note: This strip is #5 on Scott's list of 10 favourite strips.
Wally introduces his work habits to a new co-worker. He'll disappoint her at every turn.
The Boss wants to schedule a scenario-based roundtable discussion. No one can understand the gibberish he's spouting.
Dilbert visits the trolls in Accounting to find out why they rejected his expense claims.
While visiting a vendor on the other side of the country, Dilbert and Alice find out a salesman has borrowed the demo unit they came to see.
A vendor calls his competitors vampires, and not the good kind.
The Boss asks Dilbert to get the customers more involved in the design phase.
Dilbert monitors a focus group session. The group is planning to storm the observation room.
A co-worker asks Dilbert for a minute of his time. Dilbert says yes, he has allocated one minute for complete waste of time tasks.
Wally decides to take up golf so he can be useless on the weekends as well.
Dilbert introduces Russell who will be the worthless dumb guy for their project.
Dilbert outlines his plan to make the company manageable by a monkey -- migrate all applications to the web and outsource sales and product development.
Wally tells the Boss there will be a shortage of people when the baby boomers start retiring. He's willing to step up to help out then.
Tina accuses Dilbert of being brusque in an e-mail. Dilbert says he was just being concise.
Alice is to go on cultural sensitivity training before she returns to Elbonia. Last visit she almost started a war.
Alice learns Elbonians believe people yawning in their directions steal their souls.
Catbert announces the results of a recent survey, employees want fewer benefits. Dilbert says there was no survey.
The Boss has to describe his groups function in one slide to present to the CEO. The group can't agree on what they do.
Dilbert is to help another group for six months. He also has to keep doing his old job, but just the things that matter.
Ted is being transferred to a job with a higher risk of industrial accidents. He is to reach over a vat of acid without protection.
The Boss forwarded a hoax e-mail to the entire company. People really won't burst into flames for using cell phones during an eclipse.
The Boss talks with his doctor about not being able to tell the difference between facts and urban myths.
The Boss has to forward an e-mail to fifty friends or else he'll die within a week. He panics because he doesn't have fifty friends.
Dogbert helps an incompetent CEO to pretend to unlock shareholder value.
A co-worker asks Wally for a favour. Wally asks him to not ask for the favour.