Theory of Evolution (Summary) Scott Adams, "The Dilbert Principle".

The observations in "Volunary Simlicity" are disturbing. The economictheory used for this analysis is Schumacher's "Small is Beautiful - Economics as if Humans Mattered". I spent several days considering thesearguments, then I realized that Schumacher answers a question raised by Scott Adams in "The Dilbert Principle".

No one reads Dilbert comics for the artwork.

The blog of Scott Adams, the author and creator of Dilbert

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Though his famous "Dilbert" strip is a wry sendup of the American workplace, Adams' blog has long been a more serious, sharp-elbowed place where he offers "unique or controversial points of view," some of which have drawn considerable fire.

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Adams tells us in The Dilbert Principle that after collecting thousands of stories about absurd happenings in corporate settings, he has "developed a sophisticated theory to explain the existence of this bizarre workplace behavior: People are idiots." But not quite all people, since he tells us further on that our world is populated by "nearly six billion ninnies living in a civilization that was designed by a few thousand amazingly smart deviants." It is in this "tiny percentage of deviant smart people" that we can find the folks who have created "all the management theories, the economic models that predict and guide our behavior, the science that helps us to live to eighty." from "Dogbert v. Machiavelli" [1]

Dilbert was designed from the start to be simple to create, and I continue to streamline the process.
For example, when I draw Dilbert I include little or no background art in most panels, and when I do, it’s usually simple.

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