Re: The more you know, the less you know you know?
In effect, that's what I'm doing. The following is an example from
Don't take this the wrong way, because I'm not volunteering. But it seems to me that you could use your diagram and an anecdote or two about features you never of heard of before (impersonation?) to throw together a short presentation on why you should be given a budget to hire two or three additional writers. Hurry. End of year budget time is now (if they're on a calendar year). Get the presentation (or even an email) in front of the right people now and you could be sitting pretty next month.
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