|Ear candy [n.]||Flattery.|
|Eat a reality sandwich [exp.]||Necessary when someone's ideas are completely inappropriate for the given situation. "I can't believe you said that to the committee. You better eat a reality sandwich before you walk back in that boardroom."|
|Eat drink sleep [v.]||Complete and total dedication to a role. "…but my real passion is market segmentation. I eat drink and sleep analytics."|
|Eat the elephant one bite at a time [exp.]||A reminder that even the largest problems can be solved by breaking them down into manageable bits. "Elephant in the room? One bite at a time, love."|
Suggested by Kelly G.
|Eat the frog [v.]||To complete an unpleasant job that has been well procrastinated. "Just eat the frog and get on with it!"|
Suggested by Emma-Dawn L.
|Econometrics [n.]||Marketed by consultants as a super scientific financial modeling exercise. Reality: Plugging three numbers into a pre-made spreadsheet.|
|Economical with the truth [adj.]||An aggravating euphemism for lying. "My esteemed colleague may not in fact realize he is being economical with the truth!!"|
|Ego surfing [v.]||Searching the web for references to oneself.|
|Eighty-six [v.]||To dispose of. "We have to eighty-six these documents or we'll all be crucified."|
|Elephants [n.]||Large investment groups that tend to move together.|
|Eleventh hour [exp.]||The last moment.|
|Empty suits [n.]||Unthinking middle management.|
|Enail [n.]||An email sent for the sole purpose of making a point in writing, usually at another person's expense. Most effective when cc'ed to as many senior people as possible.|
Suggested by Ian C.
|Enculturate [v.]||To make something part of daily office life.|
Suggested by Mike B.
|Enthuse [v.]||To inspire enthusiasm (or attempt to). "I'm still looking for a way to enthuse the new hires."|
Suggested by Andy P.
|Entremanure [n.]||A self-employed risk taker that can't catch a break. Everything he touches turns to shit.|
Suggested by Erin S.
|EPON [n.]||Endless Pit Of Need. A colleague who continually seeks support for their ongoing personal and professional problems.|
Suggested by M. Schroeder.
|Evangelize [v.]||To promote a product with the enthusiasm of a true believer. "We need distributors to evangelize the new line to local markets."|
Suggested by Nicky T.
|Even dead cats bounce [exp.]||Even worthless things can rise in value again.|
|Exploding offer [n.]||A job offer that expires after a certain date.|
|Extract the max [v.]||To achieve the highest level of productivity possible while directing a group of people. "I hope my management style will extract the max from each and every one of you."|
|Extrapediately [adv.]||Faster than ASAP and quicker than STAT, this made-up word is saved for when a task must be completed almost instantly.|
Suggested by CM & JC.
|Extraview [n.]||A second interview you feel obliged to hold even though the position has already been filled. Can also be scheduled when the candidate is just so damn hot.|