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blacknomi said:
Sure thing.

BTW, what is "point and grunt" school of management?

That's right up Tdol's alley.

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blacknomi said:
RonBee said:
blacknomi said:
Sure thing.

BTW, what is "point and grunt" school of management?

That's right up Tdol's alley.

:wink:

meaning...?

Meaning he should know that one. (Tdol teaches business English in "real life".)

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I think he means I point at a book, grunt and students sopmehow work out that I want them to open it. Actually he's wrong- I rarely shut up in class. ;-)
 

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No, that isn't exactly what I had in mind. :wink:

I figured it was some kind of idiom used in the business world (like "bottom line" or "the whole nine yards").

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