I’d like to add Amdahl’s law to the “Developing” section. The law comes from the land of parallel programming.
Amdahl’s law: “Regardless the magnitude of the improvement, the possible speedup is always limited by the part of the task that cannot benefit from the improvement.”
This warning of moral ambiguity in the business scene — even if it is the Silicon Valley scene — is naturally follows from a key difference between startups and colleges.
Regardless of how they have strayed, colleges have part of their original mission to form the whole person, including moral and personal facets. Companies…