‘The Dilbert principle’ is a classic satirical comic strip comprising office culture and the different types of people who reside in these offices. In the Dilbert principle, Scott Adams approaches the same satire with a funny essay along with the comic strips.
He has a very unique and comical take on leaders, bosses, engineers, salespeople, etc. All of which is stereotypical but very true. This book can rejoice you of the corporate culture that exists in almost all the modern offices. The managers and high-level employees might not like it as much. Since there are various bits where the joke is at their expense. It would be safe to not recommend or mention this book around your manager as well.
Along with the essays and the comic strips, the author also includes various emails that people have sent him around the topic, which are the normal work email that one might get. Combined with the satire, these emails provide a hysterical and genuine bridge between the author’s satirical take and the reality of these takes. It’s a light and fun read, definitely recommended if you work or have worked in Corporate.