Onward communicate

From a corporate email I received recently:

Please feel free to onward communicate to your teams.


I'm not sure what I like less - the verb 'onward communicate' or the lack of subject (onward communicate what?).

Googling "onward communicate"
only gives 61 results so perhaps it won't catch on.

2 comments:

RJ said...

"Onward communicate" actually leaves me grateful for our current office-speak use of "cascade" in that situation. e.g., Please cascade this information to your teams.

hearwritenow said...

Business has a lot to answer for ;-) Seth Godin has a really extensive list of business cliches at Squidoo that makes for cringeworthy reading. It's the first result on Google for "business cliches".