As a side note, is the military always ‘hierarchical’?
Hierarchies are a form of organising that can work well in many situations. For example, high-stakes situations, times when execution is more important than thought, and the military.
David Marquet’s Greatness makes the argument that there is nobody on a submarine who is across everything, otherwise it would not work.
I wonder if instead organisations like military run a dual-operating system?