Dilbert is an American comic strip written and illustrated by Scott Adams , first published on April 16, The strip has spawned dozens of books, an animated television series , a video game , and hundreds of Dilbert-themed merchandise items. Dilbert Future and The Joy of Work are among the most read books in the series. Dilbert appears online and in 2, newspapers worldwide in 65 countries and 25 languages. The comic strip originally revolved around Dilbert and his "pet" dog Dogbert in their home. Many early plots revolved around Dilbert's engineer nature or his bizarre inventions.
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New Employee Orientation Comic Strips
Your-Comics - Creation of internal comic strip communication
Customer : Sony Music. Target : Managers and employees. Problematic : Sony Music France regularly hires new employees. In order to make sure that their welcome is successful, the company wanted to communicate some good practices to its employees. Mission : Your-Comics produced a series of short comic strips for Sony Music entitled: "How to fail an integration in 7 lessons". With humor, these strips in 2 or 3 boxes explain to managers and employees what not to do in order to welcome a new employee: forget his arrival date, omit to warn the team, give him nothing to do, etc.
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Wally is a fictional character from the Dilbert comic strip. He is characterized as an employee so deeply jaded that instead of doing any real work, he spends all his time and effort successfully gaming the system. Wally was inspired by a coworker of creator Scott Adams at Pacific Bell. In Seven Years of Highly Defective People and What Would Wally Do , Adams explained that his co-worker at Pacific Bell had made a bad judgment call, so management froze him at his position and pay scale rather than fire him.