For all the office workers who are stuck in today's cubicle hell, Accoutrements has the answer.
It's cubefigures line of toys for the office drone gives power to the powerless, control to those who are controlled.
Yes, they are dolls for grownups. For a mere $12.95 you get a doll compete with desk, computer, chair and cubicle walls including motivational posters. As your collection grows, don't forget to pick up the four figure expansion set – which also allows you to create a more ethnically diverse workforce and gets you nice accessories including a laptop and folder.
The link with Dilbert, the hero of corporate logics and destroyer of management books, is rather obvious.
This makes a great gift for that manager that keeps walking around referring to the likes of Gary Hamel, C.K. Prahalad or Michael Porter. Provided he has his head up his boss' behind so deep that he doesn't see the sarcasm.
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