Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Power and Fluidity

I prefer to think of Power and Fluidity in a combat setting. A true combat setting, and not one bogged down by bureaucratics. In this setting, if the commanding officer is incapable of completing his duty or is dead, a new officer will step up and take his place from the ranks. This transition can occur in a few seconds in a combat situation.

this simple example shows how fast power is capable of transferring when necessary. However, even in business settings, a company should be able to transfer power quickly and effectively, rather than need to wait months and stall during that time.

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