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Dogbert's Top Secret Management Handbook

Narrated by: Scott Adams
Length: 1 hr and 22 mins
4 out of 5 stars (93 ratings)

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Editorial Reviews

The Dilbert books have been successful because author Adams hits the "hot button," as well as the funny bone, of anyone who's ever worked for a corporation. This book presents the world of work from the manager's perspective. Adams's voice sounds like the guy in the cubicle next to yours, who has learned to deal with corporate bureaucracy while poking fun at it. With just the right touch of sarcasm in his narration, Adams will have you laughing while you're shouting, "He's right!" Adams wins the Management Guru award hands down.

Publisher's Summary

Now, the secrets of the management world can be yours. Dogbert, Dilbert's wisecracking sidekick, explains how you can pretend to care, pit your employees against each other, and avoid making any decisions...just like your incompetent boss! Take a tip from Dogbert and you'll have the corner office in no time.
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"Adams' voice sounds like the guy in the cubicle next to yours, who has learned to deal with corporate bureaucracy while poking fun at it. With just the right touch of sarcasm in his reading, Adams will have you laughing." (AudioFile)

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Funny because it's true

It's a worry that Scott Adams' humourous
observations seems to be so grounded in
everyday reality. You have a good laugh,
but then a terrible sense of dread settles
over you when you reflect on the state of
the world - I find it's better not to do
this and just laugh. :-)

3 of 4 people found this review helpful