My "Top 5" abused buzzword list is:
- At the end of the day - Can also use "bottom line" here, a trite way of wrapping up your thoughts. More common in writing are "In conclusion", "Finally" and, in plain spoken English, "What I'm saying is".
- Win-win - Political way of saying "I'll make you look good if it'll come out of your budget."
- Get on the same page - Nice way of saying "You aren't agreeing with me."
- Synergy - Similar to #3, "Creating synergies" means using someone else's budget or aligning goals.
- Low hanging fruit - Quite simply, it means not having to do a lot of work for a quick return.
They are missing the buzzword "All Star" - leverage. A verb, "leverage" simply means to use existing assets, such as budget, sponsorships; could even be an inanimate object like a bus, person or award.