The keyhole in the boundary only provides a view when you take a closer look, exciting?

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Boundaries of organisation are about the organizations themselves. Providing just a keyhole for interaction is quite something. It might not be the big opening up, but  it requires a certain minimal closeness to get a picture (from both sides) and that might be exciting.

Who dares?

Or is it a closed shop metaphor?

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