Sunday, September 28, 2014

What Do We Call People Who Hoard Coordination Skills, Rather Than Merely Static Assets?

   (Commentary posted by Roger Erickson)

We're universally familiar with the concept of a billionaire.

It denotes hoarding of significant STATIC assets.

Yet it's obviously better to have DYNAMIC assets vs static assets. Evolution - and wars - have already proven that without a doubt.

So what would we call people who hoard coordination skills, rather than static assets?


How would we differentiate skill levels?
Community organizers? CoordiMillionairs? 
Regional organizers? CoordiBillionairs ? 
National organizers? CoordiTrillionairs?
Or just leaders?

Statespeople = ???

Yet in this context, what's the significance of another decimal point in a given metric, or another order of magnitude in whatever the assessment system is?

Do we focus on the size of the asset hoarded, or focus on the implications of the Desired Outcome?

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