(1). To have drifted (maybe significantly) from what your colleagues may consider “normal behavior”.
“Yeah, so I think Patty may have gone off the reservation a bit on this one. She’s been telling everyone we can get it done in two weeks. Since I’m not exactly sure we can get it done at all, I’m a little concerned about her timeline.”
(1). To put off a project or discussion topic for a later time, often to avoid work.
“Hey Tom, how about we just table this for the time being. I know the deadline is today, but and I’m just not in the mood to discuss the company’s health benefit renewal. It’s just too damn nice outside.”