Business English Jargon, from Malta to the real world
Don’t say this at work
For the research, Morar Consulting surveyed 1,061 US employees working in offices with at least 5 people.
Curious about what other jargon the respondents identified really didn’t like? Take these from the survey. and use them or not at your discretion
In the weeds
When you add up the pros and cons, this is the answer.
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Put into action.
Let’s parking lot this
Forgetting to consider the impact on other teams or parts of the company.
Let’s stop thinking of it this way and think about it this other way.
It’s time to eat a reality sandwich
Back to the real world for a second.
It’s time to put the soup through the strainer
There’s a lot of junk here we don’t need.
and How to escape the lost productivity bubble
As for the excessive meetings, Taylor said that managers shouldn’t invite employees to ones they don’t necessarily need to be a part of.
But each team member should also “think and act like a leader”
by using their judgment when deciding if they need to attend, instead of constantly asking their bosses.