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first_must_burn t1_ixeoch0 wrote

I feel like anyone interested in this must read The Bellwether by Connie Willis. Definitely one of my favorite books. It is fiction, but if you have ever worked in a corporate environment, it hits close to home.


Rasayana85 t1_ixexa7u wrote

The fluidity of this process is surprising? I mean, it's not like i expected sheep communities to be bogged down in byrocracy. What would that even look like?