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Corporate jargon for assigning a deadline to a task, or for completing a task within a specified time frame. Should be used when the words "finish" and "do" provide too much clarity. Invoked primarily by such noted jargonauts as project managers, time management gurus, motivational speakers, process architects, and process weenies.
"Yeah, Peter... you're gonna want to timebox that TPS report for EOD."
"Dammit Bob, you've been working on that forever! Timebox it!"
by mcknz February 26, 2010
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