Blamestorming

Apportionment of blame after the wrong leg or kidney is removed or some other particularly egregious foul-up.
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Blamestorming

Portmanteau term contrived from Brainstorming and Blame, referring to meetings or discussions seeking to allocate responsibility for a failure or disaster. Popularised in the late 1990s by viral emails which listed amusing office terminology
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Blamestorming

Where a group of people gather to discuss what went wrong and who is to blame for a project's failure. Similar to the brainstorming rules, blamestorming requires vast flows of wild and exaggerated ideas with an initial emphasis on quantity rather than quality. It's also legitimate that blame given by one participant can be built on by others. Howev...
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