First, killer version of Blue Bayou. Second, your piece prompted the question, “are there good organizational inefficiencies, and are there bad ones?”. I would think the answer is yes, but what’s the criteria? Fatness of resources of money and time seems to be a good inefficiency for an org to perpetuate. A bad one might be filtering too lazily for participants(in an amorphous org setting). Thoughts?

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