(1). A term for a presentation or pitchbook (let’s face it, it’s a PowerPoint presentation), mainly invented to give marketing peeps a cool, new term for a presentation or pitchbook.
“Alright guys, let’s get this deck together for tomorrow’s meeting! Pat, you take care of the slides for your department. Dave and Dave, same for you. Pam can you throw together some thoughts around the analytics piece? I’ll work on the agenda and our logo slide. Aaaannnddd break!”
(1). This term, unlike its ladylike counterpart glass half full, is used to describe an individual who sees every minute mistake and misstep as nothing short of the apocalypse. These individuals usually ascend the corporate ladder at a meteoric pace and usually wind up running large conglomerates.
“Well guess what everyone? I’m a glass half empty guy. So no, I don’t think Scott sneezing on the managing partner was a sign that we are “comfortable with them.”