Well said. I will add that, one will find that leaders, managers, and bosses are better suited to the title of warden. They are entrusted with the oversight of the operations their title affords them. I find those in leadership rarely inspire and merely govern insuring the current operations perform at optimum levels. Any delta change that innovation requires tingles with unknown and unanswered variables. This goes counter to the warden persona. These people require guiding hands and hence the rise of the costly consultants. One cannot blame those under the charge of warden for putting down innovation, just as one cannot blame a fish for swimming. It's just want it does and hence why large companies start to flounder. To counter the lack of innovation, positions of power resort to buying out other companies in the same sense of getting a blood transfusion and quick hold on markets they wish to control. Better to let others innovate and then have the cash on hand to buy them out is the new strategy.