Tracks: 14, total time: 49:00, year: 1962, genre: Lecture
||I’m really awfully sorry for the delay there.
||Well, be that as it may, you’ll forgive me my fairy tales.
||You start controlling communication lines of that length and complexity and if you had a sudden upsurge, even a tiny one, everything starts to blow fuses.
||Now you, yourself, have got this Problems Intensive straight.
||You look at the first Foundation. I wore all the hats, even bought all the desks. And it went to pieces
||Well, one of our difficulties in holding together an organization is people.
||You hear of organizations mainly by telephone number, don’t you, or by address.
||Now, these Saint Hill graduates when they come out–it’s very funny.
||Of course, all these errors, real errors in auditing, are actually very gross!
||They go over the jumps.
||When you go to Saint Hill, of course, you’re looked upon thereafter as an example.
||But this is the main point: You can’t take one tiny portion of a planet and terrrifically upgrade it without a terrific overwhelm of all other parts of the planet.
||All of these things are pertinent. Organizationa are dry stuff. Administration is dry stuff.