I've often blogged about Dilbert and “dilbert lean” is a fairly common search term, so I thought I'd do my best to compile all of the Lean or Six Sigma related strips that I could find into a single post, providing links to them.
Previously, I had embedded strips (since the Dilbert website gave you code that allowed me to do that). A few years back, I got a really nicely-worded email from somebody at the company that distributes Dilbert. They asked me to not embed the strips and to, instead, link to the cartoons. I complied with their request and, to my surprise, they mailed me a really nice Dilbert coffee-table book.
6/17/11: Wally misunderstands what a “kaizen” should be all about (also see this blog post).
9/30/11: Dilbert's boss doesn't want ideas
10/4/01: Again, not just picking on Six Sigma.
3/13/91: Wow, this is an old strip.
11/11/2010: Dilbert's boss blames people, not the system
2/24/2004: Again, punishing people who take risks
4/18/1999 — Patty the Process Person who “doesn't know how to do anything” :-)
4/27/2004 — All the suggestions say “more money“
10/14/1992 — Dilbert's boss sets a trap
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