Sammyboy forums has a thread going on "Management buzz phrase you hate"
Here are some of the choice ones:
"We're going to deep dive on this issue and make sure that we're still on the glide path."
"Let's take it off-line" (i.e. siam tactic, just begging to be answered with "so when will it come back online?")
"The best strategy, as of now, is not to do anything rash." (If I wait this one out, it will be my successor's problem.)
"We will take appropriate countermeasures at the appropriate time and place." (What freaking countermeasures are those, and what is not the appropriate time and place?)
"We need to get some positive traction over here."
Senior Civil servants: "That is a good idea. We shall keep it in view" (that's the end of it for the next few years. Taken OFF-LINE)
"Come back on-line when the link is good."
"Customer-focused organisation" (as opposed to an organisation that does not give a toss about their customer?)
"Bestsourcing" (As opposed to "outsourcing". Sounds better, same shit)
Anything involving the word "Paradigm".
"Increase your value." (Meaning your VP has just promised his boss the company will be doing more while cutting staff)
"Don't just bring me a problem, bring me its companion."
"Crossing the chasm."
"Chinese Wisdom, International Expertise"