1. The study of providing ambiguous babble to specific questions. The art of memorizing and regurgitating J.Welch, M. Gladwell, and J. Collings books (or America's best-selling business books).
Likely to become undergraduate major at America's finest institutions.
2. The practice of removing common nouns or business services with the word solution.
1. As a solutionologist, I will be paid to provide obvious and general answers to direct business problems. For example, if your business sales are slumping, a solutionologist would be paid to tell you to "leverage your core business solution-set to focus on your primary high-revenue customers".
2. At a hardware store, solutionology is the art of providing customers with lighting "solutions", instead of lightbulbs.