A company is a very intricate system. It’s complicated, it’s elaborated and it’s vast. There are dozens of departments, each of them acting as a pillar that holds the company above sea-level, well afloat. And for every person in the company there’s a computer that enables them to do the work that is required of them.
The human half of the system, can, to a certain degree manage itself. If things start going downhill, a human’s self-preservation instinct kicks in and makes sure that any threats are eliminated or avoided entirely. (We take a vacation; we drink ourselves silly until our mind is a blank) Continue reading