Congratulations to Robert Schneider, whose entry was selected as the Grand Prize winner in our contest. His entry, Fix this Problem Once and for All (But Don’t Make any Changes) reveals the problems that come when management is unwilling to implement strong file storage policies. Rob will receive a free pass to BrainShare 11, where perhaps you can meet him and swap horror stories.

A big thanks to all of you who took the time to share your real-world examples of Dilbertism. Hope you enjoy wearing your Dilbert t-shirt and flaunting your Dilbert mug.

This was a highly entertaining contest, and we have had great feedback about it. Maybe we’ll do it again sometime. The contest is over, but Pointy Haired Bosses go on and on.

Read all of the entries here.

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