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RE: Why are people starting sentences with the word "So..."?
A good lawyer already knows the answer before asking a question.

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Argh!

This isn't mine but sums up every meeting with some over-paid dork executive I have been forced to endure:

Let's try to wrap our arms around this. We'll start with the low hanging fruit while avoiding the delta. Then we'll think outside the box and brainstorm a solution that will allow us to leverage our best practices and core competencies. Once that's put to bed we can reach out to our business partners so that they can run it up the flag pole to see if we can take it to the next level. At that point we may have to branch out so we'll need to keep it scalable because there are going to be a lot of moving parts. At the end of the day, I think we can hit this one out of the park. Is everybody on board?



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(05-26-2016 04:01 PM)AlanE Wrote:  At the end of the day, I think we can hit this one out of the park. Is everybody on board?

Agreed, but we must not forget to be proactive about this by utilizing synergistic advantages which focus on customer-driven process management. By optimizing end-to-end, frictionless systems and expanding the concept of "team" within multi-departmental schemes, are we not facilitating our proprietary efficiencies to produce infinitely reconfigurable industry-responsive methodologies?

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This thread makes me want to retire.
05-27-2016 12:15 AM
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(05-27-2016 12:15 AM)chill Wrote:  This thread makes me want to retire.

Just be glad you don't work for the US Federal government

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(05-26-2016 10:26 PM)SuperSleeper Wrote:  
(05-26-2016 04:01 PM)AlanE Wrote:  At the end of the day, I think we can hit this one out of the park. Is everybody on board?

Agreed, but we must not forget to be proactive about this by utilizing synergistic advantages which focus on customer-driven process management. By optimizing end-to-end, frictionless systems and expanding the concept of "team" within multi-departmental schemes, are we not facilitating our proprietary efficiencies to produce infinitely reconfigurable industry-responsive methodologies?

Thinking-about

Ah- yea, sure, "we can hit this one out of the ball park" on that statement alone!
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Where's our six-sigma blackbelt?

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A good lawyer has their questions written down so they don't have to say SO, to think about what they are going to ask next or at least have a great memory. The lawyer I saw do this said SO and paused a while to think about what they were going to ask next. Lawyers, doctors, etc., are not what they used to be and it is their clients, patients that pay for it.
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