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“The “buying people” line I took as corporate-speak for planning to keep the senior executives in place because they had faith in their decisions.”
“I had the good fortune to have some lectures in management at uni and these competency lists are true, Grade-A corporate-speak.”
“On the one level he has a rudimentary grasp of the smooth corporate-speak percolated down from the likes of Lord Coe, speaking of British Wrestling's "new talent pathway".”
“Its website suggests an operation in which a weird corporate-speak might have all but taken over: "Digital technology comes into its own in pedagogical terms not by replicating pre-existing forms and processes," runs one contribution, "but by utilising the strengths and attributes that make new media forms distinct and different to established methodologies.”
“So it's no surprise that the latest buzzwords in education especially "data," "accountability" and even "value-added" are recognizable as yesteryear's corporate-speak.”
“So it's no surprise that the latest buzzwords in education especially "data,""accountability" and even "value-added" are recognizable as yesteryear's corporate-speak.”
“You seem to be advocating a change of language away from ‘corporate-speak’.”
“Sending out canned email answers or spouting canned corporate-speak in an interview is not transparent.”
“Lampooning corporate-speak, they have a "Mission Statement" that proclaims: "Occupy Chicago is here to fight corporate abuse of American democracy in solidarity with our brothers and sisters around the world.”
“A translation from "PR-speak" and "corporate-speak" into plain English or American, if one prefers, however, suggests that it was a carefully orchestrated performance.”
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