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Taught by JD Widowmakor | Permalink | Tagged as onboarding/onboard, | Comments »

To get up to speed; a bastardization of the phrase to "get someone on board" and making it into a verb.

As in...
Make sure the new guy onboards with the tracking software. We'll need him up to speed by next week.


We'll start onboarding right away so we can talk strategy as soon as possible.

Actually, this definition sucks. Let me add my own. You can also share "onboarding/onboard" with a friend or share it on Twitter.


Make sense? Let's discuss.