Our obsession with technology has us elevating the tool to a status above that of the person and the impact.
Is the paintbrush more important than the painter or the painting that is created?
Is the spade more important than the gardner or the vegetables that are grown?
A successful organization will become masters of their tools, wielding them with precision and proficiency. They will not allow the tools to usurp the people or the results the tools are intended to enable.