Optimal Transitional Flexibility

Do you want to impress or confuse clients or vice versa?… Use techno vocabulary… It can be called the “Buzzword” writing method. It is simple.

There are three columns of words involved, as follows:

0. Balanced &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp 0. Management &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp 0. contingency
1. total &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp 1. Organization &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp 1. Hardware (or software)
2. integrated &nbsp &nbsp 2. reciprocal &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp 2. projection
3. compatible &nbsp &nbsp 3. monitored &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp 3. time-frame
4. synchronized &nbsp 4. digital &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp 4. concept
5. optimal &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp 5. modular &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp 5. programming
6. responsive &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp 6. transitional &nbsp &nbsp 6. mobility
7. functional &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp 7. Incremental &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp 7. capability
8. parallel &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp 8. third-generation &nbsp 8. flexibility
9. systemized &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp 9. policy &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp 9. options

Just select any three-digit number; then use the corresponding Buzzwords from the above grid, e.g., 257: “integrated modular capability”. Don’t worry if it doesn’t make sense to you; it won’t mean anything to anyone else either, but they’ll think you’re just smarter than they are
so they won’t say anything!! 😉

You can propose “systemized reciprocal options” (929) to achieve “optimal transitional flexibility” (568), so that we can think of an “integrated monitored projection”… and your boss will probably promote you or your customer will be blown away with your technological superiority!!!

4 Replies to “Optimal Transitional Flexibility”

  1. Katti…but all thse are waste for Danny. If he talks normally only people get confused and best part is he himself also gets confused!!!

    Ha ha ha ha

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