All About Scott Adams
Dilbert creator Scott Adams is set to give the closing keynote address on June 6.
Information Outlook regular Cybele Werts interviewed Adams for the May issue. If you missed the print version, you can read it here.
There’s another Scott Adams blog, but it’s by a different Scott Adams. He works for the Little Rock Employee Education Resource Center of the Employee Education System for the Department of Veterans Affairs in Little Rock.
Wikipedia has an entry for Scott Adams (the cartoonist). In it you’ll find his birthday is June 8, only two days after his speech at SLA.
The Washington Post (May 10, 2005) has an article about Adams’s focal dystonia condition, a neurological problem that led to changes in the way he draws his comic strip.
"If there are no stupid questions, then what kind of questions do stupid people ask? Do they get smart just in time to ask questions." That’s one of several quotations attributed to Adams that are available at The Quotations Page.
In addition to the comic strip, he’s well known for his management theory, The Dilbert Principle. The theory, which holds that incompetent people will eventually be promoted to middle-management jobs where can do the least harm to the company, has been the subject of academic papers, including this one.
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