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Go to DILBERT.COM Humour removes stress and emotional embarrassment, increases motivation and encourages creativity. With both creativity and humour, we experience a "paradigm shift" when we suddenly see things in a new way. Creativity and humour are close, because both humorous and creative ideas are often unexpected, yet logical in hindsight.

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Blog Post
  Dilbert pokes fun at Knowledge Management
Posted to Gurteen Knowledge-Log by David Gurteen on 20 August 2010

Book
  Systemantics (1986) by John Gall 
The Underground Text of Systems Lore - How Systems Really Work and How they Fail

Category
  Humour [58 items]

Link
  Dilbert
The Dilbert webite

Media File
  Dilbert going home early
Dilbert Comic Strip on going home early

  Dilbert on Best Practice
Dilbert Comic Strip on Best Practice

  Dilbert on Change Management
Dilbert Comic Strip on Change Management

  Dilbert on Cognitive Bias
Dilbert Comic Strip on Cognitive Bias

  Dilbert on Collaboration
Dilbert Comic Strip on Collaboration

  Dilbert on Human Capital
Dilbert Comic Strip on Collaboration

  Dilbert on Knowledge Management
Dilbert Comic Strip on Knowledge Management

  Dilbert on Knowledge Management Systems
Dilbert Comic Strip on Knowledge Management Systems

  Dilbert on Knowledge Sharing
Dilbert Comic Strip on Knowledge Sharing

  Dilbert on Sharing Ignorance
Dilbert Comic Strip on Sharing Ignorance

  Dilbert on Small Group work
Dilbert Comic Strip on Small Group work

  Dilbert on the War on Knowledge
Dilbert Comic Strip on the War on Knowledge

  Dilbert on Twitter
Dilbert Comic Strip on Twitter

Quotation
  On being in the rat race by Lily Tomlin 

  On being somebody by Lily Tomlin 

  On blindness and listening by Delboy's Old Mum 

  On childishness by Anna McAvoy 

  On choosing between two evils by Mae West 

  On cynicism by Lily Tomlin 

  On distinguishing man from the other animals by Richard Duppa 

  On effective weapons and laughter by Mark Twain  (1835 - 1910) American Author

  On existing and obligation by the universe by Douglas Adams (1952 - 2001) Author

  On fairies at the bottom of the garden by Richard Dawkins (b. 1941) British Zoologist

  On figuring out if you are dead by Tom Peters Consultant & Author

  On forgiving your enemies by Oscar Wilde  (1854 - 1900) Playwright & Wit

  On gravitation and love by Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955) Physicist & Nobel Laureate

  On having your ideas stolen by Howard Aiken 

  On humour and the human mind by Edward De Bono (b. 1933) Psychologist & Author

  On journalism by Oscar Wilde  (1854 - 1900) Playwright & Wit

  On Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics by Disraeli 

  On making the right decision by Marilyn Monroe 

  On marriage and philosophy by Socrates (469 BC - 399 BC) Greek Philosopher

  On not going where I intended to go by Douglas Adams (1952 - 2001) Author

  On people who know everything and people who know nothing by Oscar Wilde  (1854 - 1900) Playwright & Wit

  On pigs, dogs and cats by Winston Churchill  (1874 - 1965) British Politician

  On prayer and God by Ivan Illich (1926 - 2002)

  On reality by Lily Tomlin 

  On rules and fun by Katharine Hepburn 

  On software and sex by Linus Torvalds 

  On solving problems with potatoes by Douglas Adams (1952 - 2001) Author

  On suffering from insanity

  On talking to God by Lily Tomlin 

  On the disinclination to learn from others by Douglas Adams (1952 - 2001) Author

  On the educational value of television by Groucho Marx 

  On the elusiveness of ideas by Earl Nightingale 

  On the poor Babel fish by Douglas Adams (1952 - 2001) Author

  On the universe and stupidity by Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955) Physicist & Nobel Laureate

  On theory and practice by Jan L.A. van de Snepscheut 

  On thinking once or twice a week by George Bernard Shaw  (1856-1950) Irish Author & Playwright

  On thinking & prejudices by William James 

  On two hydrogen atoms

  On women my age by Mary Schmich 

  That's funny by Isaac Asimov 

  The truth will set you free by Gloria Steinem 

  The world market for computers by Thomas Watson 

Story
  The 10/5 story by David Gurteen
A true personal & somewhat humorous story concerning 'managing by objectives' from a few years back

If you are interested in Knowledge Management, the Knowledge Café or the role of conversation in organizational life then you my be interested in this online book I am writing on Conversational Leadership
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