I'm not being dramatic, you are.
Excellent as always Gordon. This "pathways" concept is a new line of thinking (maybe 3-5) and its quite powerful.
I would love your take on the following 2 points getting connected to this thought process:
1. Return on Investment (RoI) for each pathway. The data being available to make decisions regarding this.
2. All pathways are time bound. The length of time might vary but there is a time associated with each pathway. What might be constant would be the process and maybe "skills" required for each transition from one pathway to another.