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To ask other readers questions about Das Dilbert-Prinzipplease sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Clever prijzip of corporate office culture. I think we are in the decline of the “Office Space” era, and I don’t really harbor any resentment towards my own corporation though I do sit in dlibert drab cubicle dilberf this remains a must-read for any disaffected employee of a large company. I had more than a few hearty laughs here. I read this book when I first started working.
I’ve been cynical since and try to see through all the workplace madness right away. This book is incredibly funny and, I must say, every bit true.
If you’re slogging away in a cubicle, don’t feel bad. This book will make you feel better. Prinzi that you are not alone! The folly of offices! Can’t finish it, though! Brilliant and still so apt. The funniest chapter ever was the fourteenth chapter, the one talking about engineers.
I never laughed from a book in my entire life as much as i laughed from that chapter! Totally recommended for a good laugh! I have not seen another good book like this which explains the pitiable nature of the corporate environment in such a satirical prihzip.
You will not be able to deny most of the facts mentioned in this book. Scott Adams not only dilberh at the corporate culture but also ends with a well defined model on how a company should be Uproariously funny; a cynical and wry stab at the corporate world.
In the top three best books I’ve ever read!! Timeless cyncism applicable to almost any situation. Though a book that was written in the early 90s, most of the things that this book refer to has not changed at all in my career in the s.
After reading so many business books that have a theoretical bend to how to deal with human interaction, Scott Adams covers the nuts and bolts of actual human interaction and grounds you into how an actual office job is like. Granted many of the things that this book talks about have happened in my career.
I absolutely recommend it. It completely changes your perspective regarding companies, stupid meetings, bureaucracy, processes, and bonehead managers.
Once you finish this masterpiece, you will be able to understand and face all sort of situations, no matter how stupid they might seem. If you have the chance, give the animated series a try as well. Bought this at a yard sale for a buck. Laughed and laughed and laughed till tears came out.
Rereading this classic for the n-th time, it astounds me how current it still is. Published in it certainly shows prunzip age via the technologies shown overhead projectors! Hay dos tipos de empleado: This book is a pleasurable fantastic bunch of pages with laughs, cleverness and guts.
Unlike we to what we might think, the situations are still completely noticeable nowadays. The Dilbert Principle is as follows: Middle management will always be the dumbest prinzlp in the company.
Because then they’re not smart enough to be a threat to upper-management. A fun and sarcastic look at the business world and daily grind many office workers see and feel. Although I haven’t experienced most if any of the things in the book it was still fun and helps serve as a what not to do in management book.
This book was the best. It was funny all the way through. I learned a lot, too. I learned that corporate life is very little getting things done and a lot of talking about the things that need doing.
I also learned a lot of jargon, too. You can use a lot of lingo and not say anything at This book was the best. You can use a lot of lingo and not say anything at all. The book encompasses a lot of if not most aspects of corporate life.
I would make a good manager. I mean, obviously a lot of it is exaggeration for humour, but I think some of the fundamental aspects silbert the same. I went into this knowing nothing about the corporate world not having had a desk job at a big company prinzlp so it was pretty new to me.
But parts idlbert it do seem realistic enough, knowing human nature. And the emails Scott has received from disgruntled employees back that up. Hopefully I can avoid the worst of it in my own career. See the full review on my book blog, Awesome Book Assessment.
I went into this thinking that it was more serious – I have read Adams’ “Stick to Drawing Comics Monkey Brains” and in it we see that Scott is actually a pretty sucessful fella beyond cartooning. So I may have been predisposed to think prinzlp was a humorous tome on management and the potential foibles.
Instead it was more of a hilarious romp with several anectdotal tales of woe, and the relevant Dilbert cartoons to back them up. The last chapter actually has some solid advice, followed prinzlp semi relat I went into this thinking that it was more serious – I have read Adams’ “Stick to Drawing Comics Monkey Brains” and in it we see that Scott is actually a pretty sucessful fella beyond cartooning.
The last chapter actually has some solid advice, followed by semi related stories by the lab rats who lived them.
Das Dilbert-Prinzip by Scott Adams (5 star ratings)
I have worked in a cubicle environment for the better in terms of proportion, not quality part of the ‘s, and into the early 00’s. There is really no feeling quite like seeing in print, Dilbert, Wally and the gang concentrating the real life things you have gone through, into a 3 square joke. It just strikes home and ringns true.
I cannot count the times I laughed out loud at something or another in this book. I am sure my already sleeping girlfriend will be glad to see I am done with this, and will not wake her up with my laughing in the middle of the night. The resulting hilarity might keep you from showing up to work with a high powered, laser scoped rifle at a later date.
Life in the workplace is hell—unless Scott Adams is in the next cubicle. Attended by his famous drawings of the pointy-haired boss, the triangle-headed acid-tongued co-worker and the bald geek who only lives for coffee and extended work breaks, Mr.
Adams shows exactly what is wrong with most business offices and how the employees in them cope. He turned this idea into a winning comic st Life in the workplace is hell—unless Scott Adams is in the next cubicle.
He turned this idea into a winning comic strip series, making himself a household name and fabulously rich…and justifiably so. We might not make it as big as Mr. I knew that Scott Adams has long running hilarious Dilbert comic series. I also knew, from his blog, that he can think quite differently from most people, and that he can amazing breadth and depth on varieties of idea.
Having read this book, I can also confirm that he can write a long satire very well. This book, as name says, is humourous look at corporate bureaucracy. Those who can recognize corporate culture as such will finds themselves nodding in agreement often.
Those who don’t, will proba I knew that Scott Adams has long running hilarious Dilbert comic series. Those who don’t, will probably succeed better in the corporate world. As satires go, this caricatures certain things to laugh at them, but for most part book is quite realistic. His writings is self-deprecating and self-lauding at times, which works well for his writing style.
Overall a fun read! As a regular guy working day after day in the office school since I can remember, I know it can get a little dull having the same weekly routine. Philyaw, I do not know how to underline on here.