What's in a word?
The following is a true story. Only the names have been changed to protect the guilty.
So this morning (GMT+2) I perused LinkedIn  ;) and stumbled upon a few titles and headlines that immediately gave food for thought - Not least combined with (some) knowledge of the suspects.
(Disclaimer: There's some genuinely good people using the word salads discussed below, so please be nice to them - or, actually, be nice to everyone).
Anyone using the terms innovation or disruption appear to have never done any innovation or disruption themselves, but merely just talk about it. If You're copying (or repeating) what others have done You're not innovating, and certainly not disrupting. While we all stand on the shoulders of giants and are building on previous knowledge (which we should) there's nothing worse than listening to "Motivational Quotes" from someone you know as a mediocre developer and/or manager. Just stop it and use your time on becoming a good leader or whatever else makes you happy.
But that is likely too hard when You've spent your career being a sycophant?
Digitalization; If You're in IT, maybe you should think hard about your career if you missed the digitalization part of IT.
But more about that below.
During the self-flaggelation (remember; Perusing LinkedIn) I stumbled upon this gem:
"Collaborative strategy enabler by means of IT and Digitalization"
What does this even mean?
IT is needed for Digitalization, so redundant information here, and some (most?) companies have a collaborative strategy , but it is likely to be different depending on the organizations business strategy and vision, so how does that ensure you can enable company X's specific strategy?
So basically it means "I'm in IT, maybe a leader"?
Last, but not least
Calling yourself a Rock Star or Thought Leader.....
Who the f... do you think you are, calling yourself a "Cyber Security Architect"?
Well, what's wrong with being a hypocrite!