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.


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.

Elle Carter Neal 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".