Scott Adams, creator of the comic-strip Dilbert, spent so many years in corporate middle management that his characters and story lines resonate with just about anyone who works for a big company, writes Fortune's Anne Fisher in her Dec. 12 Ask Annie column. Is Dilbert an accurate portrait of the workplace? Are flexibility and the chance to learn new things more important than making more money? Have you ever worked for a confusopoly?
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