Anyone who's ever battled the bureaucracy of the business world or been run down by a random act of management (and let's face it, who hasn't?) counts Dilbert as both hero and poster boy. Every day, 150 million followers flock to the comics pages of more than two thousand newspapers to see this socially challenged engineer outsmart the self-proclaimed best minds of middle management. A million point their browsers each month toward his website to cheer his fight against common sense-defying directives and stress provoking policies. Scott Adams, the man behind the icon, has made Dilbert an industry unto himself. Adams has had four New York Times business best-sellers, including The Dilbert Principle, recognized as the best-selling business book of all time. Additionally, fifteen of seventeen cartoon collections have appeared on the list. Add in the approximately 6 million calendars sold, and it's plain even to management that the world's Dilberts - and not the Pointy-Haired Bosses - are in control.