Wednesday Word: April 28, 2010

Wednesday Word is an OCDQ regular segment intended to provide an occasional alternative to my Wordless Wednesday posts.  Wednesday Word provides a word (or words) of the day, including both my definition and an example of recommended usage.



Definition – A corporate philosophy opposed to freeing executive management from any of their own illusions or false beliefs.

Example – “I explained that we have serious data quality problems and most of them have business process or people issues as their root causes, and that according to every industry data governance maturity model, our organization was very undisciplined, and that buying more technology wasn’t the solution—and then the CEO fired me for violating antidisillusionmentarianism.”


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