Our evil PHB not only stops us from innovating like Dilbert's, but is also constantly changing procedures (it would appear mostly at random) while introducing management's "innovations" that make us less and less able to get any work done. I used to do 200 units a day regularly. Now, with our "improved" procedures, I am having a really great day if I can manage 150. If our PHB designed cars, the "innovations" would include locating the steering wheel, brake, gas and gearshift conveniently in the trunk. And don't forget the triangle-shaped wheels.
Needless to say, the lowered productivity is OUR fault.