OK, that one's wrapped up. What's next?


Pilot fish is working for a big manufacturer, reviewing information security architecture, when a critical project surfaces.

"We were told this was a significant project that needed to be done right now and without any delay," says fish.

"This was a large project and would require a significant amount of time. An error or oversight would cost millions in a recall.

"At one of the first project meetings, it turned out that two others from different groups had been tasked with the same project previously and independently -- and Team B had already done most of the work and needed only a minor update to complete the project."

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