Inspired by the devil's dictionary, here are 10 defintions of business buzzwords. Readers are invited to do better.
Noun. Style - do not use. Change can be for the better or worse. For change for the better, use "improvement". Otherwise use "meddling".
Noun. Cheaper, inferior services forced upon the end user (q.v.).
Noun. The final, helplessly dependent sap to be considered in any question. If they are considered at all.
Adjective. Any technological system or business model that actively avoids hearing what the punters say.
Verb. Have sex with. E.g. "We're going to outsource the department's computers."
Noun. A new logo. Especially when it costs more than someone's salary.
Noun. Revelation late into a meeting that no one in attendance has the authority to decide anything.
Verb. See outsource.
Noun. Couldn't be given away free.