(1). A way IT guys claim to be making headway on a project even though they can’t produce any concrete evidence that they have done anything at all.
“The system conversion? Well, we’re making macro progress on that and expect to pretty much be on schedule. No, we’re not ready for a test yet… No, you can’t talk to the team… Sorry to cut this short, I’ve got to jump on another call.”
(1). Yet another term for a team meeting, named as such to make it sound more cuddly and team building. Really just another opportunity to throw stats and numbers at you.
“Hey guys, so we’ve got our huddle meeting in a few minutes, but wanted to give you all a preview of what we’ll be discussing. Basically, we want revenue to go up and expenses to go down. Hope that’ll help you frame your questions.”