The Ridiculous Business Jargon Dictionary: Q-words

Do you wonder where your co-workers picked up all the ridiculous things they say? From fresh-faced interns to top management, everyone drops one of these gems occasionally. We can only hope that you're not here to actually add buzzwords to your vocabulary.

Q1 [n.]A slick way to say 'first quarter'. Similar usage for the other three quarters is also encouraged.Share this term on FacebookShare this term on Twitter
Queen of the Pigs [n.]The best of a bad breed; the number one loser. "He's not really bright but he's queen of the pigs in that organization."
Suggested by Bob M.
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Queen of the pigs [n.]The best of a bad breed; the number one loser. "He's not really bright, but he's queen of the pigs in that organization."Share this term on FacebookShare this term on Twitter
Quick win [n.]Guaranteed success within a short period of time, often through capitalizing on misfortune. "Look for a quick win on wheat futures over Egypt unrest."
Suggested by Dom.
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