(1). Fishing term used to describe unknown issues that may arise as a result of a system change, often occuring in other, related systems. The term is often used by IT as a catch-all excuse for avoiding making any improvement to the current system.
(1). A rule that is kinda, sorta meant to be followed (you know, like the Tax Code).
“Well, I wouldn’t say it’s a hard and fast rule … more of a best practice, I think. Irregardless, you might want to stop smacking your secretary in the ass every time she gets your travel right, Bill.”
(1). A Western-inspired term that makes an emergency meeting between team members when an account goes into crisis mode, feel like an unfortunate run-through of Oregon Trail. Which is pretty much every run-through of that game.
“We need to circle the wagons on the Silverstein account, it may have just died of dysentery.”