Systems of Operations always trend toward systemic motives; one being operational efficiency, or what I refer to as the “progeneration matrix” or “consumptive decay.” The former is one which trends toward a process of pro-active efficiencies which is its core attribute. Its competitive advantage is in its internal strength unlike the latter being its own peculiar form of efficiency. One that is proactive in the process of consuming efficiencies, systems or processes that adapt to a mindset of persistent malaise surviving on its systemic ability to feed off being non-progenerative and yet predatory at the same time. It loathes the competitive advantages of the “progeneration matrix” using its own systemic alter and mechanisms toward defeating or consuming opposing forces.
Curtis C. Greco, Founder