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Jan 15, 2009
Dilbert is not being fair with his coworker because he is throwing the work already done to the trash, and that is arrogant, if you tell why i didn't do something in one way instead the other after i finish(or one year after), that's arrogant, you need to tell it before (IMO).
Jan 15, 2009
To those who think Dilbert is being arrogant... Which is more arrogant? To give somebody a good idea or to reject a good idea that somebody else had just because you think it would make you look bad? You don't know how many meetings I've been in where a lead engineer has rejected a superior idea just because it wasn't their own. That's when I start marking off the days until the project dies a horrible and painful death.
Jan 15, 2009
Who hired Scott Adams to work at my company? This strip is totally accurate about my workplace!! This comic strip never ceases to amaze me.
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Jan 15, 2009
Dilbert is trying to help. but his co-worker don't need to worry (to much, I think), because the boss may say: "Why you haven't said it before?".
Jan 15, 2009
I agree with SoundMan. If no one ever shared ideas with coworkers many of the convenient, yet ingenious products would not be in existent today. Its not arrogant to give a good idea, if he demanded that he follow because he's that much smarter, now that would be arrogant.
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