The Boss's martial arts class combines yoga with feng shui and Irish dancing.
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The Boss defends himself with yoga when a mugger threatens him.
The CEO has a product idea that covers the top of a person's head. Dilbert calls it a hat.
Tina says it's hard to be a woman in this industry. Wally complains of being short, bald, nearsighted, signs of a sociopath, old and unattractive.
A co-worker complains people keep stealing his ideas. Dilbert says that's because his ideas are old and obvious.
The Boss want's the next robot release to have the intelligence of a human. Dilbert wonders if that's as intelligent as the Boss.
The robot reviews the Boss's prescription meds. He adds another prescription for the Boss.
The robot detects social anxiety in Dilbert and 3-D prints meds for him.
Wally designed the robot's 3-D pill printer that drops pills out of the robot's butt.
Neither the Boss or Dilbert can remember what the Boss was supposed to give Dilbert.
Wally created a huge technology matrix as a basis for making decisions. But he did it only in his head.
Asok asks questions of the Boss to ascertain what percentage of a person's success is pure luck.
The CEO tells Asok success takes both luck and being smart.
The Boss says they must have a bias for action. Dilbert wonders if that includes listening. It doesn't.
Dilbert starts each day by visualising how his work will make the world a better place.
How can Simon claim to be a team player if being selfish is necessary for success, Asok wonders. Wally says he likes to use hypocrisy.
Dilbert worries his personal goals do not align with the corporate strategy. Dilbert wants to be happy, for example, but the company doesn't want that.
Brad promises to give data to Asok tomorrow. Asok realises he will not receive it as expected.
The Boss asks Wally why he isn't in his cubicle. Wally says sitting increases the risk of obesity, stress, depression, cancer and cognitive dysfunction.
Wally reports an injury to Catbert. He sat in his cubicle and got stressed out.
Wally requests an extended medical leave to deal with his job-related stress.
The Boss tells Catbert the employee wellness site lists stress as a medical problem. And working here causes stress.
Catbert reports to the CEO about the typo on the wellness website that lists stress as an illness instead of a cause of illness.
The Boss says changing the office layout will boost efficiency.
A doctor worries the IBM Watson computer will replace him.
The Boss tells the CEO about the floor layout causing inefficient.
Dilbert thinks people get dumber when they sit down for a meeting.
If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail, the Boss tells Alice.
Wally doesn't get lonely even though he is useless.
A co-worker complains to Wally about Wally promising to have work done by today.
Wally asks if motivation is a product of a person's genes or the environment. The Boss says both.