A term used by managers to justify inaction when subordinates complain that their workload is excessive.
S: "I just don't have enough time to do all of this work."
M: "You would if your time management was better."
S: "I suppose you're going to tell me you have an 'opportunity' for me now aren't you?"
M: "Damn right I am!"
The practice of using politics to justify something (usually inaction) when it is not necessary to do so. Bollitics is usually deployed an all encompassing entity that acts to either slow something to a crawl or block it completely.
The word is a conjoin of the words Bollocks (-noun. British Vulgar. rubbish; nonsense; claptrap) and Politics (-noun. Use of intrigue or strategy in obtaining any position of power or control)
"I can't believe in a company of 5 people there is so much bollitics!"
"He's a master of bollitics. He will tell you that the customer requirements are wrong and then spend the next 30 minutes telling you what the right requirements are. Coincidentally, the 'right requirements' result in him not having to do anything."