Delivering a concise 'Executive Summary' in a way that is apropriate for Executives or Small Children.
The Lawyer had to use small words so that the ferrett and other small woodland creatures could understand the difficult concept of Tort reform. She condunced the topic for theferrett
by SnacktimeMuncher June 16, 2009
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The act of taking difficult concepts and summarizing them in such a way that people who demand explanations but don't really want to take the time or effort to self-educate can grasp them.
I'm going to have to condunce this 18-month project into a two-sentence summary for the managers.
by zoethe June 15, 2009