7 definitions by Some Consultant

1
More lame-ass consultant speak, meaning the process or procedure for performing an activity.
"Julie, what's the protocol for gathering the user requirements?"
by Some Consultant April 20, 2004
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Lame-ass consultant speak, typically used by Accenture and Deloitte employees, meaning to deliver, complete, or to carry-out an activity or service.
The dang requirements document hasn't been rolled out yet, Jim.
by Some Consultant April 26, 2004
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Lame-ass consultant speak meaning to add detail around something. Typically used by Deloitte or Accenture Project Managers to sound like they are a too-cool-to-say-regular-English-cuz-I'm-a-friggin'-consultant employee.
"Give me the workplan tomorrow and Bill and I will flesh out the tasks."
by Some Consultant April 20, 2004
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"Hahah, check out that lousy consulting company, accenture, they really can't cut it."
by Some Consultant April 20, 2004
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Lame-ass consultant speak typically used by Accenture and Deloitte employees to refer to a document that is submitted to a client.
"Mike, did you submit that deliverable to IBM last week, ya jerk?"
by Some Consultant April 20, 2004
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More lame-ass consultant speak, typically used by Accenture and Deloitte employees, as mentioned above, meaning to catch up or meet with someone.
"Hey, Jaime, let's synch-up for lunch at Champps"
by Some Consultant April 20, 2004
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v. Lame-ass consultant speak typically used by Accenture and Deloitte employees, meaning "to handle" something.
"After meeting with Bob, both he and I agreed that we need to tackle the requirements gathering as soon as possible."
by Some Consultant April 20, 2004
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