I don't follow Dilbert as much as I use to but every now and again when I do view them, a strip will hit pretty close to home. I've been having a lot of discussions with customers about the principles and value of Scrum as an alternative methodology to what they've been using. For people new to the concept, I always start with the classic story of the "Pig and Chicken" and then start diving deeper.
But when the reference of the Pig and Chicken story shows up in a daily Dilbert cartoon, does this mean that Scrum has become extremely mainstream?
I don't know, but it does seem like more people know about Scrum than before and no longer just treating it as fade methodology. Or maybe they like pork products more than poultry.