Morgan makes the controversial claim that Universities are “stupid”. She makes that claim because they expect scientists to run their labs like a business, yet they get in the way when it comes to a lab’s optimal functioning as a business. She discusses in particular on the importance of having support so that the scientist and lab leader can stay focused on the forest (big picture) rather than constantly down on their knees, lost in the weeds. Universities are often loathe to give such support because they think it will “cost money”, not realizing that the approach is penny wise and pound foolish. She points out the importance of finding a way around this.