If you think about where the corporate system has fallen down in the U.S., it’s when the actual capital has gotten far removed from the enterprise, and the agency relationship between owners and management has gotten so broad and wide. That’s when you have disconnects or conflicts of interest. Everything we do tries to shrink the distance between the capital and the enterprise. Activism to a large extent is trying to truncate risk by eliminating the misallocation of capital, which is less likely when those responsible truly act as if they’re spending their own money. When making a decision on a new factory or product launch or hiring plan, people should feel the weight of the capital they are entrusted with. Understandably, given the corporate form, many people running corporations don’t operate that way. So when that isn’t happening, the ability to improve those decisions through activism is a key way to create shareholder value.