Dilbert and the Way of the Weasel

Dilbert and the Way of the Weasel

Book - 2002 | First edition.
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Back after a four-year hiatus, New York Times best-selling author Scott Adams presents an outrageous look at work, home, and everyday life in his new book, Dilbert and the Way of the Weasel. Building on Dilbert's theory that "All people are idiots," Adams now says, "All people are idiots. And they are also weasels." Just ask anyone who worked at Enron.

In this book, Adams takes a look into the Weasel Zone, the giant grey area between good moral behaviour and outright felonious activities. In the Weasel Zone, where most people reside, everything is misleading, but not exactly a lie. Building on his popular comic strip, Adams looks into work, home, and everyday life and exposes the way of the weasel for everyone to see. With appearances from all the regular comic strip characters, Adams and Dilbert are at the top of their game--master satirists who expose the truth while making us laugh our heads off.

Publisher: New York : HarperBusiness, [2002]
Edition: First edition.
Copyright Date: ℗♭2002
ISBN: 9780060518059
Branch Call Number: 658.00207 ADA
Characteristics: xii, 350 pages :,illustrations ;,22 cm


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gwsuperfan Oct 03, 2010

Adams delivers another lighthearted yet cutting look at the corporate world and the creatures that populate it. Weasels exist in many forms at all levels of corporate hierarchies, and Adams manages to inject humor into his insightful analysis of the tactics and language that they use to avoid work and responsibility.

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