Movement requires a force.
Gravity or electromagnetic force is not enough, a clear unobstructed path is required as well.
The nature of the force is important; gravity is free and universally present while electromagnetic force has to be applied locally, repeatedly, and consumes power itself.
Gravity is nature's version of the organisational vision, purpose, and personal recognition. Management is more like electromagnetism - requires precise and repeated application consuming massive amounts of energy and resources.
If an organisation has a clear value proposition, a purpose, it will have gravity, moving everything forward as it should and there would be no need for counter gravity forces. In nature on the other hand, we would occasionally have to push a ball uphill, or stop it from rolling down the hill.
Let a steel ball roll down a hill, trust gravity, and leave it alone to build speed as it bounces around. Of course you could put it into a pipe and apply short boosts of magnetic force - doable with precise equipment but instantly counter productive if milliseconds out of sync.
A human being is not a steel ball so the management version of magnetic pulses is often counter productive for the imprecise human path. At the same time humans are self propelled entities that can amplify even the slightest whiff of personal gravity. Well aligned purpose, clear visions and above all, and unhampered path to the destination will always increase the speed and quality of the actions.
But alas... back to my snowy (sorry, was born in a snowdrift) metaphors again:
Give a good snowboarder a great snowboard and a pair of well polished goggles and tell him to get down to the bottom as fast as possible. Gravity is on his side and he knows how to use it.
Would stopping every 200 meters to yell back at you how far he came, meet with the other snowboarders every 500 meters to discuss progress and plan next 500 meters or even having a coach following him and requesting him to stop to discuss technique get him down faster?
Don't think so. Still it's the latter model that is dominant in business.
Office worker stopping mid-work waiting for meeting to start.
And what support is always included in Enterprise Software? Management, control, budgets, reports - it's made for the current ways: Instead of keeping the snowboarder's goggles clean it increases the coach's vision and voice volume so he can interfere faster and more often. It does not trust gravity, it works against it.
Time for enterprise software that trusts gravity, it is.*
* say, thingamy's Work Processor...
[Tongue-in-cheek sports analogies bonus: Snowboarding is a geek sport, a programmer understands the natural flow of his coding. Golf is more of a manager type of sport - stop and go, meetings, right elbow adjustment, remember to bend right knee, left wrist two inches the other way, now hit the ball, then walk proudly/annoyed (delete one) over to ball and wait.]