“I am a fiercely competitive entrepreneur who wants his startup to grow at a fast rate. I want to be covered by magazines, be on the cover page of publications, outwit my competitors, and be the best in the market. At the same time, I want my team to grow, develop, and enjoy the work in my company. I am not only about bottom lines and revenues. I am also about happy teams and a good work environment. I want my employees to grow, make good money, and live a good life.
”All of your co-workers are fools. You must learn to pity and tolerate them.”
If you guessed where the quote is from you belong to a cult – the Dilbert Cult.
People who read Dilbert strips are an instant convert to the Dilbert cult. So what gets you glued to Dilbert? What makes you sit for hours in one place and read the strips? If it can make you into a follower then imagine the power of Dilbert in your workplace? It can get your employees glued to your company and how.
“I can’t get through his phone, he must be slacking”
“How do we coordinate our work and ensure work is delivered on time?
“I have been working all day, not sure if my team is putting in the same effort.”