With more than one million copies in print and months on the New York Times best-seller list, The Dilbert Principle has become one of the most talked about business books of all time. Author Scott Adams draws upon his nine years in Pacific Bell's cubicle 4S700R to create Dilbert, corporate America's potato-shaped, abuse-loving poster boy. Now-with advice from the daily comic strip, and e-mail submissions sent in by actual readers-Adams demonstrates how even the lowliest cubicle-dwelling workers can learn the secret that has kept them from empowering their careers. With chapters titled "Pretending to Work" and "Swearing: The Key to Success for Women," this audiobook contains a wealth of career-building information. At turns delightfully impudent, caustically sarcastic, and devilishly funny, The Dilbert Principle is always dead on target as it lampoons the real-and often absurd-American workplace. Narrator Norman Dietz's wry voice is the perfect vehicle for this wildly entertaining book.
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