Wednesday Word: June 9, 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 – As opposed to a C.O.E. (Center of Excellence), a C.O.E.R.C.E. is a Center of Enforced Reality called Excellence.

Example – “After a detailed cost-benefit analysis, executive management determined it would be a far more effective strategy to implement a C.O.E.R.C.E. and I have to say, so far it’s really working out quite well for us—seriously, I have to say that.”


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