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This is what happens when you have non-technical people calling the shots on where investments are made inside technology companies. Just look at the companies that usually are the successful ones (such as Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Apple) and you'll see someone with a sharp technical brain being the one who ran the show when it comes to product decisions. One thing I've seen too often in my IT career are disasters that usually happen when you have some hotshot non-technical manager making technical decisions. If a manager doesn't know the ins-outs of the technology they should be relying on their project's lead architect to make those decisions and focus on making sure they have the smartest talent in those technical leadership roles.