The Boss says the government wants the company to get rid of radioactive waste. He also gives away motivational paperweights.
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Wally asks if he should manage issues or align organisational activities with shareholder expectations.
The Boss shows Ted an app that whines and begs not to be fired.
Alice and Dilbert bring large barf bags to the consumer electronics show.
A booth babe at the trade show wants to know if Dilbert is interested in the product or is just trying to chat her up.
The Boss asks Dilbert to be more proactive. Dilbert says the Boss always asks Dilbert to do things he already planned.
Dilbert returned from the trade show and looks smaller because it was so huge it made him feel small.
Wally considered getting an earring to appear more fascinating.
Dilbert asks the Boss to be open-minded about his idea. The Boss dreads the worst.
A co-worker keeps closing the blinds because of screen glare.
Dogbert says meetings go faster if people don't sit.
Wally is too busy working on a social network strategy for their global supply chain.
The Boss can't sign off on a plan that's too expensive even though doing nothing will cost twice as much.
Wally e-mails the CEO with a terrific-sounding idea and so gets the entire budget.
Topper dismisses Dilbert's idea and insults him at the same time.
Scientists say exercise makes the brain work better. The Boss hasn't exercised since the eighties.
Tina complains visiting a friend will be too expensive. Dilbert suggests offering money to the friend instead.
Wally explains he had trouble with his ear so couldn't return a co-worker's phone calls.
Alice is excited when the Boss asks her to fill in for him. She wants to belittle her new subordinates.
Wally shows Asok how to get numbers that probably don't exist. They're the same as random numbers.
Alice leads a meeting in the Boss's place. She brags she's better than everyone else.
Carol doesn't bend to Alice just because she's filling in for the Boss. Alice is not happy.
Catbert says the phrase "work-life balance" isn't in use any more because it implies life is just as important as work.
Dilbert spent the week writing a test script for their product. Wally wrote a test script to test Dilbert's test script.
The Boss wants the engineers to list all their mistakes from the last year, so they can learn from their mistakes. By coincidence, it's just before annual review time.
Asok describes his schooling for the employee profiles. He has lots of training.
A co-worker asks Wally to review a report for engineering issues. Wally says the request is too vague.
Asok engages both sides of his brain like a dual-core processor to answer a question faster.
Dogbert writes fake press releases for imaginary new green energy technologies.
Dogbert prepares for a press conference on his cold fusion breakthrough. All he did was plug a light bulb into a jar.
Dogbert answers criticisms at his press conference about cold fusion.