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Mar 12, 2011
If he actually manages to get ppl to buy stuff they don't need (and don't want intially) that would be the next cash cow (or first when it comes to Dilberts company ^^).

btw: Global Supply Chain via Social Networking --> cutting on transport cost by handing the purchased product on and on via people who know each other so it finally gets to the person who purchased it ;)
Would work theoretically - unless you live in Elbonia :D
Mar 12, 2011

I once had Wally's sensibility. And I held that job (not technical or government) close to 3 years before I quit. I did virtually nothing and slipped through the cracks. Somehow, no one in management every really questioned me. I surfed the internet most of the day.
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Mar 12, 2011
Would we all have Wally's sensibility.
Mar 12, 2011
Ah the eternal struggle for job security. It's a shame in a recession that you still get to see this exact behavior on a weekly basis.

Cudos for the call out on Wally, but it will take handcuffs, cement, and a deep body of water to get the big W off his game.
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Mar 12, 2011
Finally! ... manager that knows Wally double speak is just plain phoo-phoo and calls him on it and yet Wally plunges on
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