This is a sublime meme. The barrier to creativity and innovation in corporations is the fear of death. The predictability, the structure, the ego-mask of control and competency - all pathetic denial shields to the fact of one’s own mortality. (Steve Jobs to Stanford graduates: remember, you will die.) In the sixth sense, “dead people” are projections of our problems: we’re dazed by our psychic wounds and can’t accept our mortality, that we’re just part of an ever-unfolding story. Dead. Stupid. Corporate.