I am not so arrogant as to hold myself up as some sort of final arbiter of good and bad writing, but let's face it: some writing is not just bad, it's horrible.
I'm referring, of course, to the management-speak bovine manure that has somehow crept into "ordinary" people's writings.
I wrote about this in my post Driving should be driven out. After publishing that article, my wife told me that Lucy Kellaway had talked about a new site on the Financial Times: Guffpedia. Kellaway writes for the FT, and has a must-listen to podcast called Listen to Lucy, in which she frequently gives examples of management or corporate BS. Each year she has the Golden Flannel Awards, and the "efforts" of the unwitting contenders are at once both excruciating and hilarious.
Guffpedia provides an ever-expanding glossary of meaningless corporate waffle, with examples. Read, cringe, and vow never to write such twaddle yourself!