Sometimes I suspect that a piece has been written with the sole aim of winning the Stroppy Git Award for Meaningless Twaddle, which would be cheating of course. But I have no reason to believe that this year’s winner has even heard of the Stroppy.
The opposition was blown out of the water by 11 words of such elegant twaddle, devoid of all meaning, that it could have been crafted by Spike Milligan himself with satirical intent:
“Joint client-focused growth teams drive revenue synergies in key sectors.”
Hard to beat, eh? It’s even more impressive because it was produced by an engineering company – Jacobs, based in Dallas Texas. Congratulations, Jacobs!
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Is that an example of a Deep Dive? (To the bottom.)
That Americanism grates. I grappled with it Tanzania on a job for USAID. By far the most pretentious job to which I’ve contributed.
Jacobs is a publicly traded Fortune 500 company. As of September 2018, Jacobs had more than 80,800 employees globally, and more than 400 offices in North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East, Australia, Africa, and Asia.