Dilbert wears Google glasses, which give him information about the environment.
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Wally's service monkey thinks their relationship is less dignified.
A user complains about Dogbert's free app that steals personal information.
Wally builds a tazer that looks like a cellphone and leaves it on the Boss's desk.
Dilbert won't tell a co-worker what he's working on because the co-worker misinterprets everything and bad-mouths it.
Dilbert returns from the trade show and reports it was a failure.
Dilbert reports they turned all user suggestions into product features even though all the users were idiots.
Dilbert dresses as a hobo for a client meeting because he should always dress one level up from a client.
A co-worker presents his revenue forecast. Dilbert won't believe it because there are a lot of assumptions.
Wally tells the Boss he finished the space elevator prototype. The Boss wants to try it.
Customers will boycott the company if they continue to advertise on Dogbert's radio show.
Accounting says their sales have dropped to zero in retail stores that use self-checkout.
Dilbert gets feedback for his product suggestion. No one likes it but they give fake buy-in.
The CEO asks Alice to settle down as he didn't ask for her opinion. She gets mad at his condescending ways.
Dilbert asks the Boss whether to cram all information on one slide making the text too small to read or multiple pages that are difficult to follow.
A co-worker attends Dilbert's presentation on his boss's behalf even though he cannot make decisions or take good notes.
The CEO hears Dilbert's presentation was confusing and unpersuasive.
Wally wonders whether he should do tasks not in his job description, or be a mindless zombie that never shows initiative.
An interview candidate says he dropped out of college to launch the first of three start-ups. He has certifications in all related technology fields.
Dilbert asks Alice to witness a conversation with Larry the sadist and sociopath.
Dilbert asks his doctor for cyborg implants.
The company is not too big to fail, more like two pigs that flail.
The Boss demonstrates on a dummy how the company wants everyone to treat customers. The engineers are horrified.
Loud Howard and Topper try to outdo each other in the hallway just outside Dilbert's cubicle.
Wally doesn't need to listen to other's ideas, just to suggest moving the process to the cloud -- it's always relevant.
Dilbert asks the Boss for a "decision" even though the Boss might not know what that means.
The department has to cut their budget by 30% even though they met all their objectives. A different part of the company had a huge loss.
The Boss arrives late for a meeting and says what he was doing is much more important than what everyone else is doing.
The Boss asks Dilbert about his unspoken objectives. Dilbert doesn't know what they are.
Dilbert refuses to come to a meeting at 8 AM because he reserves the first few hours of every morning for useful work.
The Boss moves to a shared leadership model. The engineers will each assume a piece of the leadership role.