Is the shadow that an organisation casts part of the organisational boundary, a flattened dimension?

A shadow represents in a flat way the shape of the object. Shadows need bright lights. The interesting part is that the form of the shadows depends on the shape of  the object and the position of the light sources.

Can this concept  be applied to organisations? What are the shadows the organizations cast? Brand images, positive references or memories of interactions?

How are these shadows part of the boundary that shapes the organisation or are they just shadows of those organisations?


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