Scott Adams is the creator of the ubiquitous workplace comic strip Dilbert, a character so iconic that it's become an actual metric for judging workplace happiness: too many Dilbert comics on the wall and employees probably relate to the character too much but if there are no comics it's likely indicative of upper management with no sense of humor. Adam's humor comes from real experience. He's no stranger to the corporate lifestyle and isn't uncritical, calling leadership in general "a form of specialized evil."
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