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Sep 20, 2011
Here's some from where I used to work:
Solutions
Customer-driven, -focused, -oriented, -led
Dialogue, used as a verb (Can we dialogue about this?)
Best-in-class
Actionable, as a noun
Task, used as a verb (I was tasked with an actionable in the previous meeting.)
 
 
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Jun 7, 2009
What's disturbing is that most people haven't realized that none of those buzzwords really mean anything.
 
 
May 23, 2009
Some of the most common words/terms used by MBA's as a part of their routine 'jargon' targetted against normal human beings -

Value Addition
Process Improvement
Think out-of-the-box
Game-changing
Exceptional
Extraordinary
Performance
Excellence
Rethink
Stretch
Deliver
Innovative
Oriented
Results

It is pity that their vocabulary is so limited even after so many years of education. :)
As you might have guessed, I am still enjoying my status as a geek with no plans for an MBA in the near future.
 
 
May 18, 2009
I knew a lot of MCSE's who had this attitude that got a reality check pretty quick. (And I'm an MCSE, but I worked my way up from the trenches, so never had the attitude.)
 
 
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May 18, 2009
Yeah, they even tried jargoff.
 
 
 
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