blue sky thinking

blue sky thinking

A management cliché often heard in the UK, referring to open-ended, blue-sky-is-the-limit type of thinking, which allows creative brainstorming unfettered by reality.
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The most hated jargon in job adverts included "open the kimono", "cloud-first", "blue sky thinking" and "thought shower", said the report.
We want curve balls instead of blue sky thinking outside the box.
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LAHORE -- Various sectors of the economy including warehouses, construction premises and container terminals are being monitored with the help of drone technology, said Punjab Revenue Authority Chairman Javed Ahmed referring to newly-introduced Blue Sky Thinking initiative.
He also shed light on the initiative of PRA to introduce Blue Sky Thinking, the use of drone technology for the surveillance of property development, construction services and marriage halls etc.
Blue sky thinking from Mark Warner WARNER WARMS TO NEW RESORT MARK WARNER will open a new Beach Resort on the Ionian coast in western Greece for next summer.
We need a bit of blue sky thinking. Let's all go back to the drawing board, ASAP, and reclaim our individuality.
The Minister directed the concerned officers to initiate dialogues with the transporters regarding delivery of raw material by the citizens and Punjab Revenue Authority and appreciated the proposal of blue sky thinking and filing of returns before distribution.
TOSH spokeswoman Phyllis Stein said that it was the Government's duty to maximise revenue streams, adding: ''This is blue sky thinking."
If Wales is ever to be able to stand on its own two feet and be a real economic dynamo, it needs clear blue sky thinking, the complete abandonment of archaic socialist dogma.
I'd love to be capable of some 'blue sky thinking', but my recollection is invariably cloudy.