Today, we offer up three different strips that prove Scott Adams has a healthy amount of disrespect for marketing departments. In fact, he pretty much chalks marketing up to one word: guessing.
In August of this year, while participating in a charity soccer event, Sam Katz made an innocent mistake that – if he loses the campaign – nonetheless could go down in political history as one of the most ill-timed honest errors in history.
We’ve already discussed Dilbert’s views on audit, ethics, the computer trap, and compliance. Today we’ll look at executive compensation through eyes of Scott Adam’s class strip.
It’s possible I’m guilty of hyperbole with the title of this post, but I certainly cannot think of a more incredible way to propose than this.
As you know, we regularly feature Dilbert cartoons as part of our Coffee Breaks. Today, we bring you some rather humorous, snarky commentary on audit.
CCI featured columnist Mike Koehler was a guest on The Blogging Life podcast yesterday. His perspective and experience will be interesting to anyone who has a blog or who is considering launching one in the future. Plus, it’s always nice to meet the people behind the words we read every day.
George Carlin is one of the most hilarious and intelligent comedians of all-time. His bit about the difference between baseball and football is one of his most brilliant creations.
It’s been a while since we have featured my personal favorite business-related cartoon, Dilbert. I’ve compiled a few strips that deal with ethical dilemmas as only Scott Adams can, and figured I’d share them with you this morning. Enjoy.
Like most people, I have a few lazy habits sprinkled throughout my normal speech that I will catch from time to time. None are particularly egregious (I hope), but it is rather amusing and often surprising when they are pointed out.
If you haven’t seen it yet, Phil Davison, a Republican candidate for Treasurer in Stark County, Ohio gave one of the most memorable campaign speeches ever recorded on video. And, of course, the Internet and YouTube have taken to the next level.