Impress (or appall) your colleagues at your next conference table get-together by using one or more of the new corporate buzzwords found at www.buzzwhack.com:
Generation D: Unlike Gen-X and Gen-Y, Gen-D is not determined by age. It’s the group of people who are completely at ease with the digital revolution, whether they’re 8 or 80.
“leveraging knowledge capital”: Stealing someone else’s work and then changing a few things to make it your own.
OT-mail: An unnecessary, after-hours e-mail sent to a supervisor or co-workers with the sole purpose of time-stamping how late you worked. [e.g. “Just wanted to touch base on the Johnson account. Let me know when we can meet.”]
prairie dogging: A modern office phenomenon that occurs when workers simultaneously pop their heads up out of their cubicles to see what’s going on.
relanguage: Term used by high-priced consultants in place of the more common “rework” or “rephrase” or “rewrite” that would work just as well. [e.g. “I think we can relanguage that to be more effective.”