Business jargon

Thinking out of the boxHave you ever heard people say, “We have to think outside the box”? This is a phrase I call “business jargon” or just “business-speak” and which I find annoying, because not everyone understands it.

Isn’t it so much easier to understand the following sentence?  “We need think differently, unconventionally or creatively (to solve a problem, for example).”

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Written by Christine Burgmer

16. February 2016