Originally Posted by schneidz
^ rite on... #2 above makes the most sense.
I hope that they all
do ... because ... "they all do."
Quite honestly, "it's very hard to explain, unless you've been
there." If your total business-experience to date has been: "my job is to make sure that every brick in this wall is just-so, because (quite obviously ...) if it is not so, the entire wall will Fall Down,"
- No one can fault you, because, clearly, your point-of-view is Entirely Correct.™
- Nevertheless, you do not perceive The Big Picture.™™ ... having never yet been exposed to it.
It is absolutely true that a company could not be engaged in any
business involving (even tangentially ...) "the construction of brick structures" if it could not implicitly rely upon
the competency and skill of every single one of its Masons. (And upon everyone who supports them.) . . .
every single one of those people is a specialist,
not a generalist.
Therefore: they see only part of the whole picture. Not the whole.