We read an article talking about why it's hard to get your ideas past your boss:http://www.bbc.com/capital/story/20170227-this-is-why-the-boss-will-crush-all-your-good-ideas
Vocabulary Top 10:
plea - a serious and emotional request for something
succumb - to stop trying to resist something
buy into something - to accept or believe (something) as true
keeping up with the Joneses - to show that you are as good as other people by getting what they have and doing what they do
boil down to (something) - to have (something) as the main or basic part
lukewarm - not enthusiastic : not having or showing energy or excitement
incredulous - not able or willing to believe something : feeling or showing a lack of belief
hundredfold - 100 times as much
modus operandi - MO; 'method of operation'; a usual way of doing something
malaise - a problem or condition that harms or weakens a group, society, etc; a slight or general feeling of not being healthy or happy
Have you ever tried to propose a new idea at work, but you couldn't get other people in the company to agree to it?
Have you been able to innovate at your work?