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If you think that title is total jibberish, then you you probably haven't kept up with the latest corporate buzzwords.

A new crop of buzzwords usually sprouts every three to five years, or about the same length of time many top executives have to prove themselves. Some can be useful in swiftly communicating, and spreading, new business concepts. Others are less useful, even devious. "Too often people use buzzwords to muddy or cover up what they're actually saying," says Warren Bennis, management professor at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.

Who needs buzzwords for that? People muddy or cover up what they are actually saying using plain old English all the time. In honor of this article, I'm coining a new term – INABATIBS. It means "I Need A Beer And This Is Bulls#!t." So next time you are in a boring meeting, just tell them you need to go work on the Inabatibs project.

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