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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Founded in June 2015 in India, Flarrio is a fundamentally new way for thought leaders and product specialists to share insights based on a mix of product knowledge, research and blue sky thinking.
Over the past forty years every plan conceivable has been used to alter bus and traffic lanes in Huddersfield but always they are changed by some other blue sky thinking idiot.
AMUSIC lover's blue sky thinking has seen her land a chance to star alongside an iconic rock band.
W1A (BBC2, 10pm) THERE are so many buzzwords, and like totally, so much blue sky thinking, that no one really knows what's going on at the BBC, in this hilarious satire.
WE LOVE COMEDY W1A (BBC2, 10pm) THERE are so many buzzwords, and like totally, so much blue sky thinking, that no one really knows what's going on at the BBC, in this hilarious satire.
Beginning with Blue Sky Thinking, Harper squeezed his voice over the edge whilst his fingers flew across the frets of his guitar.
We put in lots of blue sky thinking and then we go and make it happen and see the project through to its successful conclusion.
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.
Could they be engaged in a bout of blue sky thinking or is the ``partnership agreement'' just a lot of hot air?
All of the Dragonship range of vessels incorporate British design, Autosail technology and ecological blue sky thinking combined with the company's 'blue sea ethos', meaning the only thing every Dragonship leaves behind is crystalline water in its wake.
Not so much blue sky thinking as cloudy allegations of collusion and far hotter than any plan to ditch the pasty tax.
This is why MerseyTravel and the University of Liverpool have formed the Foresight Transport Group, of which I am Chair, to ask users and partners and stakeholders to do some radical and blue sky thinking around what a future transport system might look like.