The Tiger Team Is Mind Mapping
CORPO-BABBLE IS GETTING more arcane all the time. Or so says consultant Walter Polsky, head of Chicago-based Cambridge Human Resource Group, who is compiling a dictionary to help the uninitiated interface with colleagues without losing face.
Let's try "downscoping." That's when a company sheds subsidiaries unrelated to its core business. Then there's the military-like "tiger team," specialists who cut through layers of bureaucracy to solve problems. They may try "mind-mapping," or solo brainstorming. These days often call for "job morphing"--changing your job and skills to meet new work requirements. The workplace ideal is a "You Inc." type: flexible, eager for extra work, and self-promotional. Also, usually unlikely to be laid off.
DEFINE... -- DOWNSCOPING -- JOB MORPHING -- MIND-MAPPING -- TIGER TEAM -- YOU INC. DATA: CAMBRIDGE HUMAN RESOURCE GROUP
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