(1). A certain amount of flexibility in your financials.
“Yes, the numbers are looking good so far this year. Of course, that “Projected Estimable Receivables” balance provides us with a fairly healthy squish factor in case any of the board members starts asking questions.”
(1). A way to attack an issue from multiple fronts, usually suggested by people who can’t decide what to do and try to just throw everything at the problem in hopes that one of their ideas will work.
“Okay, team…we are going to use a three-pronged approach to resolve our recent data security problem. Step 1: Everyone now needs a password to log in to the system. Step 2: Jeff in IT should not have a password. Step 3: Fire Jeff in IT.”