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What sort of company is this that needs consensus on decisions that are not important? Do they have team meetings every time new pencils are ordered, or what? It's pretty bizarre, but there is also something pretty sick about all of this, the militaristic language, like mission-critical, high velocity teams, and rapid responses to threats. It's all buzzwords and bullshit. If people actually embrace stuff like this it explains a lot about why America is so fucked up.
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