Not since a lawyer had to explain to a judge during a remote courtroom session, “I am not a cat,” during rampant remote tech glitches in 2020, have I come across another funny tech piece.
But here’s an article from Harvard Business Review by Rae Ringle that underscores the importance of thinking before speaking and cutting out the use of buzz phrases and jargon when communicating.
Ringle wants people to stop using one of the six phrases, such as “We’re building the plane while flying it.” She writes, “If that’s the case, your plane will crash.”
Please Stop Using These Phrases in Meetings. Harvard Business Review. Rae Ringle. January 11, 2022: