Lets energistically onboard sticky potentialities, am I right?Corp-Speak is a sort of language used by corporate workers that consist of business term, jargon, technobabble, motivational slogans and corporate shorthands. Learning it is an insidious process that works like a virus, infecting workers within a corporate environment. Once they know what they're doing, it's often too late and Corp-Speak becomes embedded in them like a kidney stone. Corp-Speak is mainly applicable within the corporate workspace and complete nonsense to everyone else.
Communicating this will require extensive virtualization, collaboratively.Corp-Speak has organically evolved within the festering pits of scum and villainy that is project management and marketing. It has spread since its inception (or incubation) to become a sort of de facto second language for many workers in the Megacorpolis. It is most commonly mastered by project managers, producers, or hacks who wish they were either of those.
Corp-Speak works with any language and twists it like an abominable mutation. The most wide-spread variants are English, Chinese, Spanish, and Japanese, but few have escaped completely unscathed. It is spoken as well as written, most commonly in various motivational posters found and loathed across the Megacorpolis.
Lets continually redefine clicks-and-mortar networks!There's no formally agreed upon curriculum of Corp-Speak and it varies between corporation to corporation, but two speakers of different corpalects (corporate-dialects) can generally make themselves understood. To each other, at least; everyone else is out of luck.
DialectsBesides the difference between corporations and the use of specific terms of that corporation, Corp-Speak comes in a few broad dialects. They're influenced by the professions that generally use them and their requirements. These are:
TechnobabbleTechnobabble Corp-Speak has its home in IT departments and computer-bound workers. It incorporates many more technical terms and abbreviations as part of its flow. Out of all the dialects of Corp-Speak, Technobabble is probably the least comprehensible to the average citizen.
MotivationalUsually donned by managers of all kinds, Motivational Corp-Speak uses a large number of metaphors and sage-sounding advice to encourage, motivate and inspire. It usually has the opposite effect. Motivational Corp-Speak is largely responsible for corporate banners and posters, making it the most loathed.
MarketingMarketing Corp-Speak sounds like it is always trying to close a sale. It is used by advertisement and marketing professionals but is rarely heard outside closed meetings or photo-shoots. This dialect of Corp-Speaks can come off as sleazy, as it includes many psychological terms and ways to manipulate "the consumer."
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CorpersNo one uses Corp-Speak as well as Corpers; life-long corporate drones that are born and raised within a corporate structure. With generations spent within a single corporation, Corpers know the terms and shorthands instinctively. They're able to recall obscure jokes and references to things that happened several projects ago and know every corporate myth and story by heart.
Corp-Speak MusicAgainst all odds and decency, there are genres of music which predominantly use Corp-Speak in its vocals. These songs are either hip-hop or rap and always made in the deepest bowel of corporate think-tanks. It's not a very popular genre but is sometimes played out perverse curiosity or to deliberately mock it.
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