Thursday, 4 December 2008

Worst business jargon phrases

Sideswipe notes a survey of the worst business jargon:

1. Thinking outside of the box.
2. Touch base.
3. At the end of the day.
4. Going forward.
5. All of it.
6. Blue sky thinking.
7. Out of the box.
8. Credit crunch.
9. Heads up.
10. Singing from the same hymn sheet.
11. Pro-active.
12. Downsizing.
13. Ducks in a row.
14. Brainstorming.
15. Thought shower.
16. 360-degree thinking.
17. Flag it up.
18. Pushing the envelope.
19. At this moment in time.
20. In the loop.
Hat Tip: Kiwiblog

1 comment:

Janine Aitken said...

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Just try not to knock over your coffee when words such as Value-Added, Stretch the envelope, heads-up, touch base and vision/mission statement are uttered.