oh come one, it’s not you with the rope down there, is it? 🙂

it is not me indeed 🙂 but it is still a possibility 🙂

Axiomatically, a reasonable business wants maximum results with minimum resources. Let’s assume we give customers access to managers. We end up involving half the company for ages without anything actually getting done, or an efficiency coefficient of 0%. Therefore our assumption was incorrect and by deduction, customers must not be allowed access to managers. QED.

oh come one, it’s not you with the rope down there, is it? 🙂

it is not me indeed 🙂 but it is still a possibility 🙂

Axiomatically, a reasonable business wants maximum results with minimum resources. Let’s assume we give customers access to managers. We end up involving half the company for ages without anything actually getting done, or an efficiency coefficient of 0%. Therefore our assumption was incorrect and by deduction, customers must not be allowed access to managers. QED.