I don't think anyone will appreciate how brilliant this really is. Basically, this says that the business world is broken up into three kinds of people: The Sociopath executives, The Clueless middle-managers, and the Slacker workers. The real brilliance, though, comes in when he explains why each of the jobs involved requires the stereotypical trait. In short, why your executive can't help but be a sociopath, why your manager can't help but be clueless, and why your average worker can't help but be a slacker. Also, the principle explains the life-cycle of a modern business in shockingly accurate terms.
It's a long piece, and taking the time to read it and understand it is almost certainly beyond the average person. Which is a real pity, because if you want to truly understand what (large-scale) business is, and the internal details of how such operates, this will tell you everything. You just have to have a long enough attention span to read it, and a strong enough intellectual stomach to not recoil in horror at the truths being laid out before you. ;]
(And let's face it, if you have both of those traits, then you're one of two kinds of people: You're either a sociopath (thus, already an executive) or a highly perceptive Slacker (and thus, already understand all this at some gut level). Managers (by definition clueless) are incapable of seeing the truth of this. Same with the non-perceptive slackers.)