Dilbert is an an interview with a start-up. The interviewer only wants to hire people who fit in with their culture.
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A good manager leads by example. The engineers think that's a dumb idea.
Dogbert brings in a Nobel-winning economist to tell the Boss why everything he (the Boss) says about fiscal policy is wrong.
Wally gives a first draft to a co-worker for her to review. It literally says "Blah, blah, blah."
The Boss introduces the ephemeral middle manager. But he fades away before Dilbert can shake his hand.
Catbert introduces Wulf, who used to work for Shrodinger. He escaped and is now both alive and dead.
Schrodinger's cat knows about the afterlife because his dead half told his living half all about it.
Alice is to collaborate with Larry. This will water down her brilliance with his brain flatulence.
The CEO says they need to have a bias for action, and, perfect can't be the enemy of good. The engineers say they need to be good not fast.
Dogbert shows off his "Wally Glasses" that make reality looks like it's not worth it.
The secret of success is making your boss look good. Asok panics because there's no way his boss can look good.
The Boss can't promote Asok because the other managers don't know him.
A vendor's software stops working after a week because it isn't compatible with the new version of Windows.
Dilbert exercises in his cubicle, so he can stay in good health for his forty years of soul-crushing work.
All Dilbert did was rearrange bits of the Internet. He had no impact on the physical world.
An interviewee says Dilbert should hope he's lying at his interview because misleading people is a valuable skill.
Dilbert proves their reality is a computer program created by aliens.
The Boss says too many smart people in a group lowers productivity.
Dilbert has so many projects that he's doomed to failure. Either he misses deadlines or reduces quality.
Company policy says the Boss must rate Asok and Tina as "does not meet expectations."
Wally is late with his assignment. Wally says it doesn't matter as long as one other person is late as well.
Wally can't help because he's in the middle of defragging his disc drive. After that, he's compiling code for hours.
The Boss says Carol can't let anyone see him or she's fired. The CEO comes along and tells her he need to see the Boss or she's fired.
A co-worker asks Dilbert to mail him the paper copy with the original signature.
The Boss lowers Dilbert's time estimate from two years down to one so the company could win the bid.
Dilbert's work has no meaning. He asks the Boss to fix that before he becomes disloyal.
Wally says you can identify a natural leader by the way he says the word "gullible." The Boss starts shouting the word.
Alan has been out of work for a long time. But he says it's ok because you always know how.
Alan has been out of the workforce for a long time. He asks for a binder of company policies.
The Boss is reading a book about rules of leadership. Dilbert says there are many books, each with a different approach.