Wednesday, October 06, 2004

Speaking like management

I was in an IM conversation this morning, and my friend Todd said "monetize our synergy" for some reason that's too involved to discuss here... So I took that as a challenge to use "monetize our synergy" in a sentence.

"As we realize the epiphany of our movement into this frontier business model, we realize we must monetize our synergy to deliver extreme customer value and improve shareholder stakes in the future cost basis of the company."

Sure SOUNDS important, don't it? ;)

2 comments:

Jeepin46 said...

"As we realize the epiphany of our movement into this frontier business model, we realize we must monetize our synergy to deliver extreme customer value and improve shareholder stakes in the future cost basis of the company."

But I think you need a Semi-colon after the word "model". "As we realize the epiphany of our movement into this frontier business model" is not an independant clause... Oh crap... now I am 2nd guessing myself. A Semi-colon needs a damn indy clause as well! Grumph! Okay use a colon then. The ugliest character on the entire keyboard... See if I care. Would Opus Penguin understand "epiphany" anyway? Dunno. Never mind, sounds great. (Hanging Participle)
Missed Berke Breathed about a month ago by 1 day... bummed

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Jeepin46 said...

Oh, I forgot... 1st Post... HAHAH get it?!?!?