Time to stop picking low-hanging fruit?

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GOING forward, is it mission-critical to think outside the box and pick low-hanging fruit and do some joined up blue-sky thinking in the workplace?

Or should we bin these ridiculous corporate jargon business buzz-words?

From fresh-faced office administrators to senior management, everyone drops one of these gems occasionally. 

Business jargon is often the lingo for many industry professionals trying to sound credible. But they can come across instead sounding more like The Office’s inept David Brent.

A statement written in plain English language is often judged more truthful than a statement conveyed in abstract language, according to a study by the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.

But which most overused buzzwords and sayings irritate you the most?

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