The Boss asks Dilbert why he doesn't trust management. He learned this from the company's anonymous online employee survey.
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Catbert asks Wally about his comments on the anonymous employee survey. They're disturbingly close to the Unabomber's manifesto.
The company lawyer recommends a product recall. The product explodes when it warms up and shoots poisonous spines in all directions.
The Boss asks Dilbert to clean up after their product kills customers.
A co-worker asks Wally to make a small change to the website and gets upset when he requests a business case.
Dilbert is transferred to the crime scene cleanup subsidiary.
Dilbert wears his dirty crime-scene overalls to a party and receives a compliment.
Ratbert joins Dilbert to clean up crime scenes.
There's no budget for cleaning supplies on the crime scene cleanup crew.
The crime scene cleaning division is closed down because Ratbert put human remains in the recycling bins.
Catbert asks a Frankenstein monster to run focus groups for existing products.
The Boss kicks the engineers out of a boardroom even though Dilbert had the room booked for months.
The new marketing manager for social media is introduced. She's not allowed to use Facebook or Twitter, nor can she work from home.
Beth, the marketing manager for social media, compares her job to herding cats, and many of the cats are drunk and stupid.
The Boss's minutes are tweeted instantly by the engineers.
Asok gets a book deal by tweeting the dumb things the Boss says.
Dogbert the publisher assigns an editor to tighten up Asok's first book draft.
Asok is excited his book will soon be published. The other engineers want to read pirated copies.
The Boss tries to pick a technical proposal but doesn't understand either of them. So he gives the authors an intelligence test to decide which to pick.
Alice demonstrates her pain to the Boss so he will understand software is not created by magic.
The new product is a block of wood. When customers complain it won't make phone calls, the company will blame the network.
Dogbert tries to find a charismatic pitchman to get gullible consumers to buy the block of wood.
Dogbert sells blocks of wood and uses a reality distortion field to convince the audience.
The Boss sends Dilbert on a course to get rid of his personality.
On Dogbert's communications skills training, they learn how to listen to idiots without snorting.
Wally interviews an applicant to see if he's right for the company. Wally says standards for hiring employees have fallen a lot.
Dilbert can't give his opinion at a meeting because he was thinking about something useful instead.
Note: This strip is #3 on Scott's list of 10 favourite strips.
Alice introduces her new boyfriend, Angry Jack, to Dilbert. He is a good engineer but has poor social skills.
Alice's new boyfriend once beat up a busser for bringing a bent fork. Carol says that's a red flag.
The Boss tells Asok not to be afraid of change. Asok interprets that to be that he should be more like the Boss.