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Funny, apt - relentless -- Financial Times
Whether he's skewering incompetent managers, double-dealing CEO's, or dishonest stock market experts, whether revealing the techniques of manipulative spouses, conniving home contractors, or slippery politicians, Scott Adams has never been funnier or more on target. To err is human. To cover it up is weasel. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product Description
As i have rarely seen the dilbert cartoon i was pleasantly entertained. Personally, i didnt get any extra enjoyment from the text. Read morePublished 13 months ago by BigJon
A great book which was bought as a gift and was very well received by the intended audience. To say "over the moon" is an understatement.Published 19 months ago by David Smith
If you are a Dilbert fan you probably own this. If not, buy it - it's guaranteed to amke you laugh.Published on 25 May 2013 by lindsay326
I have brought many copies of this book to give out to my more naive colleagues over the years in many organisations to teach the important lessons about the corporate jungle that... Read morePublished on 4 Sept. 2009 by S. M. Walton
Once again Scott Adams hits the nail squarely on the head as he looks at the modern business world.
His examples are scarily accurate in both the US and the UK, and easy to... Read more
In this hilarious addition to the Dilbert library, author Scott Adams supports his contention that all people are weasels. Read morePublished on 7 Mar. 2005 by Kurt A. Johnson
I thoroughly enjoyed this book, in the way I enjoy the tv programme and the cartoons. I thought it was well-written, witty and 'educational'. Read morePublished on 17 May 2004 by FeeyonaG
Another excellent Dilbert book complete with emails and comic strips. Although not the best Dilbert book I've read, it is still great fun to read and castes an often... Read morePublished on 30 Dec. 2003