There's been a large amount of change in the organization.
Made the point in another post that you could make the case they don't have 1 position solidified and figured out.
When there's this much change without and organizational philosophy on how to solve problems ...bad things can happen.
1. It makes it tough to analyze what you really got. Your sample sizes are small and people aren't comfortable in their changing positions. (there's a fair amount of data that supports the idea that player performance decreases when they change positions).
2. No one in the organization knows how to offer solutions because there is no organiztional idea on how to solve them.
3. There's so much chaos -that folks don't know where to start. At times an organization will pay 3 times more than something is worth -just to have some peace of mine...a stake in the ground on which to build.
With this much chaos --bad things can happen quick.
Solidify some Wayne.