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Dogbert's Top Secret Management Handbook
Dogbert's Top Secret Management Handbook
Author: Scott Adams
Dogbert, the cartoon sidekick of Dilbert, presents his Machiavellian view of the workplace by illustrating the pitfalls of common management mistakes, such as raises and good communication.
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ISBN-13: 9780887307881
ISBN-10: 0887307884
Publication Date: 10/30/1996
Pages: 176
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3.8 stars, based on 43 ratings
Publisher: Collins
Book Type: Hardcover
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reviewed Dogbert's Top Secret Management Handbook on + 4 more book reviews
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Absolutely hilarious. I loved this book from page one. Anyone who has ever worked in an office, knows someone who has, or maybe is thinking about growing some pointy hair of their own should read this highly informative manual on peon management.
GowerMeower avatar reviewed Dogbert's Top Secret Management Handbook on + 179 more book reviews
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Funny stuff for those of us coping with corporate nonsense!
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Good stuff- hits too close to home!
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buzzby avatar reviewed Dogbert's Top Secret Management Handbook on + 6062 more book reviews
Seemed funnier back in the 1990s, when I was actually working in an office and didn't have management responsibility.
SGTBob avatar reviewed Dogbert's Top Secret Management Handbook on + 156 more book reviews
If you are into the Dilbert humor thing, you will enjoy this book. Just don't take these priciples "serious" in order to advance your career, it probably will not happen.
:-)
sassyjo avatar reviewed Dogbert's Top Secret Management Handbook on + 6 more book reviews
Unlike many of Mr. Adams' books, this one is more than a collection of his daily Dilbert comic strips.

There are, of course, a good number of these gems that illustrate Mr. Dogbert's profound philosophies that will not only assist potential management trainees, but may also enlighten us 'underdogs' as to why our bosses sometimes seem to exhibit bizarre behaviors. It's all very clear to me now.


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