OBSERVATION (solitude)

Solitude is the substrate of organizational activity.
(cf: “When you are in solitude, an angel whispers in your ear.”)
[meta cognition]
[continuous improvement]

OBSERVATION (‘robust’)

The word ‘robust’ is also used to mean ‘boots-on-the-ground useful to whoever is assigned to carry on the work’, as in “The boss wants me to write a robust report on the status of the project before I leave.”
[errors and omissions]
[additional meaning]
[additional sense]


Your depth of membership in a hierarchy (e.g., a soldier in the army of the rank ‘private’) times the degree to which you are organized is constant. (Demographics is based on this.)
[General Systems Theory]