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    Re: Cadillac House to Close

    Oh well I'm glad I got to visit it at least

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    Re: Cadillac House to Close

    Quote Originally Posted by Neanderthal View Post
    Keep reading.



    Yes, old paintball head. If often worry about the lad, he had such unbelievable potential!

    A perfect disruptor arong with Melody to think outside the box, take a deep dive into disruptor seas in order to make an impact, incentivize core competencies with bleeding edge, move the needle amplifying deliverables while drilling down to find the ping, to amplify out of pocket incentivized stretches straight from the wheelhouse. Yes we can!
    https://www.inc.com/john-boitnott/yo...buzzwords.html
    I doubt he has something as plebian as a driver's license. Not that it matters, from what I see on Cops and LivePD, a DL seems to be one of a number of choices one can make when taking the wheel. Often a suspended or expired DL, or none at all, is the choice of the In Crowd.





    Spend any amount of time in a corporate environment and you'll likely notice there are some words that seem to come up on a daily basis. Certain verbiage becomes part of the corporate culture and soon, you may feel as if you need to use it to fit in.

    While they can change from one day to the next, most corporate buzzwords have a positive meaning. They're used to boost morale and motivate everyone involved in the conversation. Here are 20 of the top business buzzwords that you should make an effort to work into your vocabulary.


    1. Impact
    Impact is a powerful word that has become a favorite of business professionals. Grammarians argue that the word is being used improperly, urging you to use "affect" instead, but businesses love it.

    2. Corporate Synergy
    Half of the people who use this term likely don't even know what it means. It usually refers to coordinating and collaborating more effectively in an organization. You'll want to use it where appropriate on an ongoing basis.

    3. Disruption
    When something interrupts the status quo, it's termed as a disruption. Many people are tired of this word but it's not going anywhere.

    4. Deep Dive
    Some may call it brainstorming, but many professionals say they're going in for a deep dive when they need to come up with ideas.
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    5. Core Competency
    When someone is competent, it hardly means that person is outstanding. But in business, core competencies refer to the things a company or a person does best.

    6. Incentivize
    If you want someone to buy what you're selling, you need to offer an incentive. This word describes that effort. It can also refer to the act of motivating a person to get something done.

    7. Outside the Box
    These days, it's rare a business doesn't want its workers to think outside the box. Even though the term itself isn't outside the box anymore, it persists in conversations.

    8. Bleeding Edge
    This is one I've been hearing more and more lately. When being "cutting edge" isn't quite enough, we get this term for being ahead of trends.

    9. Move the Needle
    This term is often used in sales or marketing, when a certain amount of effort is required to make a noticeable difference.

    10. Ideate
    As if there weren't enough terms for coming up with ideas, here's another one.

    11. Unpack
    Once you've come up with those ideas, you'll need to unpack them to thoroughly examine them.

    12. Wheelhouse
    A wheelhouse shelters the person steering a boat but in business, it refers to a person's specialty area.

    13. Reach Out
    Nobody refers to calling or emailing someone anymore. Instead, they "reach out."

    14. Deliverable
    This is a quantifiable good or service provided as a result of completing a project. A favorite term of project managers, this word has spread like a virus.

    15. Amplify
    In music, this means an increase in volume. In business, it means to improve. It often is used in the context of social media, since an amplified message is one that is shared more often.

    16. Out of Pocket
    All this term means is that someone will be unavailable for a period of time.

    17. Drill Down
    If you want to get to the root of an issue, you merely drill until you reach it. This is the metaphor that has brought this term to the boardroom.

    18. Ping
    Once a tech term, this word has quickly emerged as the best way to describe sending a message to someone.

    19. Bandwidth
    Another tech term that has made its way into the corporate environment. In day-to-day context, it is often used to ask if someone has time available to talk or work on a project.

    20. Low-Hanging Fruit
    Some have requested that this term become obsolete, but it is nowhere close to doing that. It often refers to sales deals that are easier to close than others.

    Whether you're pitching your product or networking with others in your field, you may be seen as a more reputable colleague if you use the right terminology when you're talking. The fact is that corporate buzzwords will probably never go away, so it's important to learn to speak the lingo.
    https://www.inc.com/john-boitnott/yo...buzzwords.html

    PUBLISHED ON: SEP 22, 2016
    So true.

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    Re: Cadillac House to Close

    I wonder how hard it would be to pry off one of the Cadillac crests from the side of the building......

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    Re: Cadillac House to Close

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    I wonder how hard it would be to pry off one of the Cadillac crests from the side of the building......
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyDiablo View Post
    I wonder how hard it would be to pry off one of the Cadillac crests from the side of the building......
    Why, are you figuring to mount it on you wall?

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    Re: Cadillac House to Close

    Quote Originally Posted by 1958carnut View Post
    Why, are you figuring to mount it on you wall?
    I'll tell you in 2-5 years (whatever the statute of limitations would be).
    Last edited by JimmyDiablo; 02-09-2019 at 07:07 PM.

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    Re: Cadillac House to Close

    Quote Originally Posted by Neanderthal View Post
    Keep reading.



    Yes, old paintball head. If often worry about the lad, he had such unbelievable potential!

    A perfect disruptor arong with Melody to think outside the box, take a deep dive into disruptor seas in order to make an impact, incentivize core competencies with bleeding edge, move the needle amplifying deliverables while drilling down to find the ping, to amplify out of pocket incentivized stretches straight from the wheelhouse. Yes we can!
    https://www.inc.com/john-boitnott/yo...buzzwords.html
    I doubt he has something as plebian as a driver's license. Not that it matters, from what I see on Cops and LivePD, a DL seems to be one of a number of choices one can make when taking the wheel. Often a suspended or expired DL, or none at all, is the choice of the In Crowd.





    Spend any amount of time in a corporate environment and you'll likely notice there are some words that seem to come up on a daily basis. Certain verbiage becomes part of the corporate culture and soon, you may feel as if you need to use it to fit in.

    While they can change from one day to the next, most corporate buzzwords have a positive meaning. They're used to boost morale and motivate everyone involved in the conversation. Here are 20 of the top business buzzwords that you should make an effort to work into your vocabulary.


    1. Impact
    Impact is a powerful word that has become a favorite of business professionals. Grammarians argue that the word is being used improperly, urging you to use "affect" instead, but businesses love it.

    2. Corporate Synergy
    Half of the people who use this term likely don't even know what it means. It usually refers to coordinating and collaborating more effectively in an organization. You'll want to use it where appropriate on an ongoing basis.

    3. Disruption
    When something interrupts the status quo, it's termed as a disruption. Many people are tired of this word but it's not going anywhere.

    4. Deep Dive
    Some may call it brainstorming, but many professionals say they're going in for a deep dive when they need to come up with ideas.
    ADVERTISING

    inRead invented by Teads


    5. Core Competency
    When someone is competent, it hardly means that person is outstanding. But in business, core competencies refer to the things a company or a person does best.

    6. Incentivize
    If you want someone to buy what you're selling, you need to offer an incentive. This word describes that effort. It can also refer to the act of motivating a person to get something done.

    7. Outside the Box
    These days, it's rare a business doesn't want its workers to think outside the box. Even though the term itself isn't outside the box anymore, it persists in conversations.

    8. Bleeding Edge
    This is one I've been hearing more and more lately. When being "cutting edge" isn't quite enough, we get this term for being ahead of trends.

    9. Move the Needle
    This term is often used in sales or marketing, when a certain amount of effort is required to make a noticeable difference.

    10. Ideate
    As if there weren't enough terms for coming up with ideas, here's another one.

    11. Unpack
    Once you've come up with those ideas, you'll need to unpack them to thoroughly examine them.

    12. Wheelhouse
    A wheelhouse shelters the person steering a boat but in business, it refers to a person's specialty area.

    13. Reach Out
    Nobody refers to calling or emailing someone anymore. Instead, they "reach out."

    14. Deliverable
    This is a quantifiable good or service provided as a result of completing a project. A favorite term of project managers, this word has spread like a virus.

    15. Amplify
    In music, this means an increase in volume. In business, it means to improve. It often is used in the context of social media, since an amplified message is one that is shared more often.

    16. Out of Pocket
    All this term means is that someone will be unavailable for a period of time.

    17. Drill Down
    If you want to get to the root of an issue, you merely drill until you reach it. This is the metaphor that has brought this term to the boardroom.

    18. Ping
    Once a tech term, this word has quickly emerged as the best way to describe sending a message to someone.

    19. Bandwidth
    Another tech term that has made its way into the corporate environment. In day-to-day context, it is often used to ask if someone has time available to talk or work on a project.

    20. Low-Hanging Fruit
    Some have requested that this term become obsolete, but it is nowhere close to doing that. It often refers to sales deals that are easier to close than others.

    Whether you're pitching your product or networking with others in your field, you may be seen as a more reputable colleague if you use the right terminology when you're talking. The fact is that corporate buzzwords will probably never go away, so it's important to learn to speak the lingo.
    https://www.inc.com/john-boitnott/yo...buzzwords.html

    PUBLISHED ON: SEP 22, 2016

    Donít forget the two phrases that are the most overused by corporate America and the media: going forward and embrace diversity.

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    Re: Cadillac House to Close

    Quote Originally Posted by 1999 White C5 Coupe View Post
    Don’t forget the two phrases that are the most overused by corporate America and the media: going forward and embrace diversity.
    But on that same token, I think TOO much diversity fractures the whole damn thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neanderthal View Post
    Spend any amount of time in a corporate environment and you'll likely notice there are some words that seem to come up on a daily basis. Certain verbiage becomes part of the corporate culture and soon, you may feel as if you need to use it to fit in.

    While they can change from one day to the next, most corporate buzzwords have a positive meaning. They're used to boost morale and motivate everyone involved in the conversation. Here are 20 of the top business buzzwords that you should make an effort to work into your vocabulary.


    1. Impact
    Impact is a powerful word that has become a favorite of business professionals. Grammarians argue that the word is being used improperly, urging you to use "affect" instead, but businesses love it.

    2. Corporate Synergy
    Half of the people who use this term likely don't even know what it means. It usually refers to coordinating and collaborating more effectively in an organization. You'll want to use it where appropriate on an ongoing basis.

    3. Disruption
    When something interrupts the status quo, it's termed as a disruption. Many people are tired of this word but it's not going anywhere.

    4. Deep Dive
    Some may call it brainstorming, but many professionals say they're going in for a deep dive when they need to come up with ideas.
    ADVERTISING

    inRead invented by Teads


    5. Core Competency
    When someone is competent, it hardly means that person is outstanding. But in business, core competencies refer to the things a company or a person does best.

    6. Incentivize
    If you want someone to buy what you're selling, you need to offer an incentive. This word describes that effort. It can also refer to the act of motivating a person to get something done.

    7. Outside the Box
    These days, it's rare a business doesn't want its workers to think outside the box. Even though the term itself isn't outside the box anymore, it persists in conversations.

    8. Bleeding Edge
    This is one I've been hearing more and more lately. When being "cutting edge" isn't quite enough, we get this term for being ahead of trends.

    9. Move the Needle
    This term is often used in sales or marketing, when a certain amount of effort is required to make a noticeable difference.

    10. Ideate
    As if there weren't enough terms for coming up with ideas, here's another one.

    11. Unpack
    Once you've come up with those ideas, you'll need to unpack them to thoroughly examine them.

    12. Wheelhouse
    A wheelhouse shelters the person steering a boat but in business, it refers to a person's specialty area.

    13. Reach Out
    Nobody refers to calling or emailing someone anymore. Instead, they "reach out."

    14. Deliverable
    This is a quantifiable good or service provided as a result of completing a project. A favorite term of project managers, this word has spread like a virus.

    15. Amplify
    In music, this means an increase in volume. In business, it means to improve. It often is used in the context of social media, since an amplified message is one that is shared more often.

    16. Out of Pocket
    All this term means is that someone will be unavailable for a period of time.

    17. Drill Down
    If you want to get to the root of an issue, you merely drill until you reach it. This is the metaphor that has brought this term to the boardroom.

    18. Ping
    Once a tech term, this word has quickly emerged as the best way to describe sending a message to someone.

    19. Bandwidth
    Another tech term that has made its way into the corporate environment. In day-to-day context, it is often used to ask if someone has time available to talk or work on a project.

    20. Low-Hanging Fruit
    Some have requested that this term become obsolete, but it is nowhere close to doing that. It often refers to sales deals that are easier to close than others.

    Whether you're pitching your product or networking with others in your field, you may be seen as a more reputable colleague if you use the right terminology when you're talking. The fact is that corporate buzzwords will probably never go away, so it's important to learn to speak the lingo.
    https://www.inc.com/john-boitnott/yo...buzzwords.html

    PUBLISHED ON: SEP 22, 2016
    I was actually sent to a training seminar to learn this crap! POPULATE...that's another favorite.

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    Re: Cadillac House to Close

    Quote Originally Posted by SVT74 View Post
    I couldn’t help but notice the blurb about a new vehicle every six months through 2021. If we count XT6 as the first of those cars that leaves five more. Assuming mild mce’s aren’t being counted here that sounds like Escalade, XT7, CT4, CT5 and an as yet unknown vehicle. That is disappointing for me because it is says more about what isn’t coming than what is. We knew we would be getting the five vehicles mentioned above and one of those, CT7, has been knocked down a rung already. Realistically only Escalade and XT7 are going to resonate outside of forums like this as CT4 and CT5 just aren’t higher volume product or truly limited volume, prestige building offerings either at this stage. Th y are volume offerings that just don’t sell in volume.

    There is nothing really wrong with that list in general but I don’t know that I would go out of my way to advertise a new vehicle every six months unless something more ground breaking was coming.
    The ‘every six months’ thing is kind of confusing. Obviously it’s not strictly six month intervals as XT4 was late March, early April ‘18 reveal, and XT6 was January ‘19 and a 9 month gap. I’m guessing that’s why the rumor is that CT5 will launch at NY mid April barely 3-1/2 months after the previous reveal.
    It could be Escalade as CUV/SUVs are on fire right now, but it’ll probably be CT5, even though it would make more sense to reveal CT4 before CT5 due to ATS sedan being out of production.

    When they say through 2021, are they talking one launch that year or more. ‘Through 2021’ sounds like the whole year to me?

    It seems like your guess of five more new vehicles is correct. XT7 or XT8 is likely the mysterious SUV in shadow shown in the EV video presentation. It looks like an 8/10ths Escalade with a slightly more athletic look. Pretty sure it wasn’t the 2020 Escalade. NY show press day is only about 9 weeks away so perhaps we’ll hear if Cadillac does have a reveal scheduled for NY very soon.

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    Depending which CT, 4 or 5 surfaces next with much less camouflage, might indicate what will be at NY. It’s possible we won’t get anymore spy shots between now and the NY show, as Cadillac did a very good job of keeping the XT6 undercover until the day of the reveal. Perhaps Cadillac will tease whatever it is, during the 2019 Academy Awards as they did for the XT4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockyspaw View Post
    I was actually sent to a training seminar to learn this crap! POPULATE...that's another favorite.

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    Sounds like a bunch of corporate BS spouted by those that don’t actually have to do any of that stuff, but by saying it, they project importance and it makes their continued employment (in some cases) in those phoney balloney positions seem tenable! I’ll bet companies like GM could shed a lot of upper management positions with nary a blip to the day to day running of the company.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKH View Post
    Sounds like a bunch of corporate BS spouted by those that donít actually have to do any of that stuff, but by saying it, they project importance and it makes their continued employment (in some cases) in those phoney balloney positions seem tenable! Iíll bet companies like GM could shed a lot of upper management positions with nary a blip to the day to day running of the company.
    most "middle management" positions are looking for results driven results and synergized collaboration to increase the bandwidth while thinking outside the box (-:

    my computer at work has a program called "synergize" and it goes between the shop management software and the network printers

    and once and a while I get an error message "can't complete task due to synergy not working"

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    Quote Originally Posted by richmond2000 View Post
    most "middle management" positions are looking for results driven results and synergized collaboration to increase the bandwidth while thinking outside the box (-:

    my computer at work has a program called "synergize" and it goes between the shop management software and the network printers

    and once and a while I get an error message "can't complete task due to synergy not working"
    Thanks for the clarification!

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    Re: Cadillac House to Close

    Maybe they'll show both CT's and then shut the whole line down long enough to add Omega assembly to it. Some people might buy either sedan, so they should know what exactly Cadillac will offer in the future.

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