The staffing group is renamed to talent acquisition, the Boss announces. The engineers complain it implies the current employees are inferior.
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The directory of marketecture says it's better to seem good than to be good.
The Boss asks for status reports to be in the form of red, yellow or green. The engineers use other colours.
The Boss inoculates his CEO by insulting Carl.
Dilbert meets his look-alike who is much smarter and has the same assignment.
The Boss explains why he gave the same assignment to Dilbert's look alike as to Dilbert.
Dilbert, in a presentation, uses a pie chart instead of anything useful to say.
Dogbert tells the Boss about his outsourcing company and his solution for every budget -- an illiterate Elbonian with poor attendance and an anger management problem.
The Boss praises Dilbert for his Powerpoint slides.
Dilbert tells a psychologist how much he loves his phone.
A co-worker tries to explain something without using a whiteboard.
Dilbert tries to get some time with the Boss.
Asok is doing black-market IT support to make up for his recent pay cut.
Catbert asks Asok to take another pay cut and get a second job.
Dilbert says customers can't figure out the user interface, the user manual, or the online support database.
The Boss asks Dilbert to get some risk management software. Dilbert says he can assess the risks.
The risk management software says Boss's idea is too risky, so the Boss wants to change the inputs.
Dilbert says incompetence is the biggest risk to the project.
Dilbert laments he gets in trouble for taking action or taking no action.
The Boss thanks Tina for her suggestion and says he'll get back to her.
The Boss introduces Phil, the new VP of marginally legal activities.
The Boss wants cost-cutting ideas. Wally asks for free coffee.
Dogbert the CEO invents a new word for someone who wants a raise -- GOINK.
Dogbert says he'll fly coach class until the company returns to profitability. He'll book three seats for himself and bring an entourage.
Dogbert buys a failed bank for a dollar and insults the former owner.
Dogbert introduces the new product -- risky mortgage loans and a ponzi scheme.
Dogbert asks if there are questions about his strategies and punishes someone who asks.
Dogbert negotiates deep cuts from the union by agreeing to a wage of one dollar per year.
The Boss thanks Ted for his years of service, then right-sizes him.
The Boss hires a new person but says he has to post the position internally before it's official.
The Boss puts a woman who laughs too much into a cubicle next to Dilbert.