(1). A common expression used when confirming that two or more people are clear on what they are supposed to be doing, usually used when one person appears to be completely unclear on what he is supposed to be doing.
(1). A call to a competitor or client by a consultant without disclosing who they are working for (and usually pretending to be a prospect) in order to get some information out of them about their business or operations.
“So, we had a no names discussion with the folks at IBM, as you requested…turns out they make computers. It’ll all be in our final report…”