We've all sat through meetings where an endless string of business cliches and jargon pours out of one or more speakers' mouths, making little sense and contributing nothing to the discussion.
Miss Debrett's blog sums it up very nicely:
Let's all be proactive about the way we interface, give it some face-time, run it up the flagpole and kick the tires, then come up with a value-proposition that really shows we're tasked with thinking the unthinkable . . . and so on.
At the end of the day, it all comes down to what you bring to the table. Isn't it time we closed the circle and concentrated on our core competencies? We need to build a soup to nuts solution, and that means rolling out a seamless paradigm shift. With a world-class approach, and the right synergy, we can take it to the next level. It's win-win. So why should you need to think outside the box?