The questions that I have are not normally ones that can be solved by off-the-shelf answers. I'll often have tried those. But to innovate something, you have to know the fundamentals reasonably well. I always think of Les Dawson's off-key piano playing. To break the rules of music so fundamentally successfully, he had to be a good musician in the first place. So to break the back of the work challenges I currently face, it looks like I am definitely going to have to get an MBA. And possibly one of the annoying 'executive' style ones. That can maybe bootstrap myself to the point where I can communicate with these people who have 30 years more experience than me and no damn useful ways forward.
And with that - yet another 6 hour videoconf.
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