9/20/2011

Executives who use buzzwords and jargon with workers and clients are doing themselves and their companies a disservice, writes Mike Figliuolo. Jargon makes you sound dumb, obscures your vision for the company, and makes it harder for your workers to trust you, Figliuolo warns. "The only way I know to roll back the tide of all the meaningless jargon in our world is to say what you really mean," he writes.

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