Status, huddle, regroup, handoff, kickoff, brainstorm, all staff… We have as many words for meetings as Eskimos have for snow.
Why bother asking us to estimate the time it will take when you just tell the client whatever you want anyways?
Sorry, this is late, we spent the last hour listening to two account people argue whether to use “real-time” or “real time”.
Just found out I don’t have to go with the boss to the Self-Important Blowhards Conference this year. Time to celebrate!
The boss said “I think the client will appreciate my clarity and brevity” in regards to a 27-page word doc.
Trying to endorse a coworker for “Internet Quiz Taking”, but LinkedIn won’t let me.
There’s no such thing as a leader who can’t delegate, Mr. Micromanager.
I question many things, but never why a meeting was canceled.
Quote of the day: “We should invent a word for ‘done’ that means ‘it’s done but someone will probably still make changes.’”
If you were wondering how long my coworker would spend showing us pictures of the silverfish living in his closet, the answer is 20 minutes.