The Boss asks the engineers to listen to his deep confident voice. Alice asks if they should listen to the content, too.
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Dilbert describes a problem to the Boss and asks how he would solve it.
Carol wants to know what career her 12-year-old should choose to avoid being replaced by a robot.
The Boss can appear charismatic by setting high expectations. Or, he could improve charisma by fixing character flaws.
The Boss's surgeon might have left his watch, wallet and keys inside the Boss.
A former telecommuting employee shows up to work and the Boss doesn't recognise him.
The CEO cancels telecommuting to get more value with employee interactions.
The Boss introduces Wally to the CEO of the company that is their biggest customer.
A customer asks Dilbert if she can check her e-mail. He says no, so she goes to the ladies room.
Employees are upset because telecommuting is cancelled. The CEO is happy because they're no longer talking about his pay package.
The Boss wants to listen to Alice's problems. She unloads on him.
An interviewee says hos has ADHD and dyslexia and is bipolar and schizophrenic, all conditions that correspond to increased creativity.
Wally gives the Boss a necklace computer that can deliver shocks.
The CEO is reading a book about what makes a good leader.
Dilbert researched all the books on the topic of leadership. The secret is sociopathic tendencies plus luck.
Dilbert complains to the Boss about a co-worker, but wants his name kept out of it.
Alice returns to her cubicle to find someone has left a document on her chair. Again.
Dilbert asks the Boss to stop micromanaging him.
The Boss introduces gamifications for staff performance, where employees can win badges and ribbons.
Wally starts double-mugging coffee because that's the secret to success.
The CEO says the secret to success is hiring good people. Dilbert says that's the first time he's heard he's good.
The Boss wants ideas on how to improve corporate culture. Alice says to stop micromanaging who hides whenever someone needs a decision.
The Boss gives Dilbert an overqualified yet incompetent guy to help on his project.
An incompetent guy brags he has a Ph.D. so he has to be taken seriously.
The CEO says the secret is to hire the right employees. He can't explain how to select the right ones.
Wally shows off his robot that makes medical diagnoses. It scans the Boss and says "Dead Man Walking."
Carol send a link to the Boss about people who dress in animal costumes, called the furry lifestyle.
Asok is afraid to ask Alice her opinion of his plan.
The Boss says he will mentor Asok and Asok will be just like the Boss someday. Asok panics.
The ex-CEO got an unusually generous severance package, including a giant robotic flea to suck company assets.
Dilbert describes his idea for a start-up. Dogbert says the idea is terrible.