Friday, January 30, 2015

Definition of "high-level"


[hahy-lev-uh l]

adjective, adverb
  1. A management speak qualifier that removes the demand to be fact-based, coherent and cosmologically feasible from the following presentation, concept or idea.
  2. Warning flag for implementors and other people connected to the real world, such as engineers and customer service personnel.
  3. Indication of abstraction that is just a little bit too high
  4. A warning sign for imminent constraint-free hand-waving and concepting

Update Feb 6th 2015:

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