Let's have one of those corporate bullshizzle bingo threads
Wife used “deep dive” in a legit conversation with me last night, turns out it wasn’t what I thought and I too have been a victim of corporate bull**it
Are you also married to my wife? We had
the samea similar conversation last night. I sniggered a bit, and got into trouble for it. So, it’s just another audit.
“Swimlanes” was a new one to me til she started her current contract.Posted 4 years agobinnersSubscriber
Mrs Binners works in the third sector. She can have a conversation almost entirely in acronyms, with the odd word thrown in to make them into sentences. Its like some secret sect that use a completely different language
I have to stop her when she’s talking to work colleagues, and tries to include me in the conversation, and point out that I haven’t got a ****ing clue what any of them are on about 😀Posted 4 years agomrmonkfingerMember
I’m not incentivised enough to think of many good examples.
Commercialised. Or, “sold” as we like to say, in the land of normal.
Collaborative partnering. Nope, not at all do both words mean the same damn thing.
Process-centric. Holy shit, have you read the wikipedia definition of this crap?
Process-centered design (PCD) is a design methodology, which proposes a business centric approach for designing user interfaces. Because of the multi-stage business analysis steps involved right from the beginning of the PCD life cycle, it is believed to achieve the highest levels of business-IT alignment that is possible through UI.
which in itself is utter, utter, meaningless arse.Posted 4 years agoscaredypantsSubscriber
I quite like the leisure centre – themed idea
Could we send that one back to the shallow end, put some armbands on it and it might just float. I’m in !
(sadly, the non-head office bits of the NHS aren’t very fertile ground for this sort of thing, other than in irony)Posted 4 years ago
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