The Cost of Efficiency

Efficiency comes at a cost. Its current design commands standardization and control — both running counter to the need for experimentation and flexibility demanded in the complex uncertain networks of markets. Cherry picking data to create the illusion of control misleads the organization. They turn from understanding the market to fitting it to their products. The result is expensively bought efficiency and a widening gap between themselves, their employees and customers. Efficiency only breeds more efficiency. http://bit.ly/2gQHLxr