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Speak-to

Taught by Lecturer Rapscallion | Edit Tagged as deck, EOD, leverage, speak to, speak-to, talk to, talk-to, | 0 Comments »

An even more fancy version of talk-to.

As in...
Let's speak-to our ability to leverage stupid sayings in tomorrow's meeting. I need that deck by EOD.

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Lifecycle

Taught by Lecturer Rapscallion | Edit Tagged as buy-in, circle back the wagons, Clowns in a Jar, download, EOD, fail, high-level, leverage, lifecycle, metrics, Monkey Team, put some points on the board, ROI-driven, socialzed, start to finish, the circle of life, | 0 Comments »

The business version of the colloquial phrase, "the circle of life", this term is used to convey the concept of an entire process from start, to finish, from birth to death.

It should be noted that the vast majority of lifecycles are extremely short, unimportant, and inconsequential fails.

As in...
Jimmy the Manager guy:
We need a full lifecycle report on this leveraged Clowns in a Jar socialized marketing campaign by Monday.

Su the analyst:
That's going to be tough, because we'll need to leverage the Monkey Team to download their ROI-driven metrics by EOD and circle back the wagons to put some points on the board.

Not to mention the fact that Monkey Team's lifecycles are extremely short and we need this at the high-level so that we can get buy-in.

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Low-hanging fruit

Taught by Lecturer Chuck E. Cheese | Edit Tagged as deliverable, EOD, low-hanging fruit, ping, RFI, | 1 Comments »

the part of the project work your boss does before handing it off to you

As in...
Steve, I took out the low-hanging fruit earlier today so you should be able to knock this RFI response out by EOD. Make sure you think outside the box and ping me when you have the deliverable ready.

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Best practices

Taught by Lecturer Chuck E. Cheese | Edit Tagged as best of breed, best practices, buzz, EOD, LMK, roosters, tactics, | 0 Comments »

a set of generally accepted principles consisting of the correct way of doing something

As in...
George, we need to provide a set of best practices for "creating buzz in the marketplace." I was thinking we could site the exploding roosters in Times Square example. Can you think of any other best of breed tactics? Pls LMK by EOD.

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Eod

Taught by Lecturer Rapscallion | Edit Tagged as boss, bright and early, company, counting on you, end of day, EOD, eod, everyone else, first thing tomorrow, forgot, free MSN dinner, home, Louis XII, meeting, Nobu, opp build out, opp buildout, piece, project, scorpions, shots, someone else, tomorrow, widget, | 1 Comments »

End of Day: (1) The time when your boss, team, or the company is most likely to ask you to do something they forgot needed to be done; (2) When you are most likely to get something you need for your piece of a project from someone else; (3) When you are most likely to get something dropped on your lap, which you need to run up the flag pole, yet everyone else is already home, enjoying their evening, and it is due "first thing tomorrow".

As in...
William (timestamp of email: 5:59:01.344455): Giligan, I need you to complete that Opp Buildout on the Scorpions Widget for our meeting first thing tomorrow. I know you're going to do a great job for us, and I'm counting on you. Giligan: Isn't that meeting at 9:00AM? William: Yes. Yes it is. See you bright and early. I've got a free MSN dinner to go to... Louis XIII shots... Nobu... you know. Peace.

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Eod

Taught by Lecturer Rapscallion | Edit Tagged as boss, bright and early, company, counting on you, end of day, EOD, eod, everyone else, first thing tomorrow, forgot, free MSN dinner, home, Louis XII, meeting, Nobu, opp build out, opp buildout, piece, project, scorpions, shots, someone else, tomorrow, widget, | 1 Comments »

End of Day: (1) The time when your boss, team, or the company is most likely to ask you to do something they forgot needed to be done; (2) When you are most likely to get something you need for your piece of a project from someone else; (3) When you are most likely to get something dropped on your lap, which you need to run up the flag pole, yet everyone else is already home, enjoying their evening, and it is due "first thing tomorrow".

As in...
William (timestamp of email: 5:59:01.344455): Giligan, I need you to complete that Opp Buildout on the Scorpions Widget for our meeting first thing tomorrow. I know you're going to do a great job for us, and I'm counting on you. Giligan: Isn't that meeting at 9:00AM? William: Yes. Yes it is. See you bright and early. I've got a free MSN dinner to go to... Louis XIII shots... Nobu... you know. Peace.