Business as usual is not such a bad thing if youre Scott Adams. His Dilbert strip appears in more than 2,000 newspapers, and the Dilbert website attracts over a million unique visitors each month. His book The Dilbert Principle is arguably the best-selling business book of all time.
Hes sold more than 20 million books and calendars in North America alone, and cumulatively, his books have spent over a year on the New York Times Best-Seller List. If youre Dilbert, on the other hand, business as usual is not what you want to be striving for. This champion of the workplace is barraged by corporate bureaucracy, entangled in technological red tape, and plagued by office politics on a daily basis.
He counts among his coworkers an inept pointy-haired boss, a megalomaniacal dog, a volatile fellow engineer, and another who has made slacking his primary vocation. While this may not be the ideal work environment, it does provide plenty of laughter to those of us looking on, and thats something that should be a usual part of any business. Who said functional cant be fun?
This calendar gives you plenty of room to write cant-miss meetings and social events, plus a colorful Dilbert Sunday strip each week.