I try to remain on topic, and refer again to what you wrote:
Your sense for practical solutions is exactly what is needed to make a good pianist. To let that practical sense be guided by a good method (like "finger management") is needed to become an excellent pianist.
I agree that in order to become an excellent pianist - or let's be more modest if you allow, to be on the right path toward that - it is good if one is guided by many good methods. I have read your "finger management" guide. I like the fact to treat every finger differently. That was however not new to me, I provided sources to read what Chopin and Neuhaus wrote to that theme already.
Beyond that, I have read your comparison with people management and consequences with interest and tried to find benefit for my piano playing approach. Unfortunately I find no really benefit, to say it frankly. In opposite I tried to put that having an excellent teacher can more likely give good and handy methods to become an excellent pianist.
I would find it great however, if other find benefit in your "finger management" method, so I encourage everyone to try out. Since good working methods are what helps to improve. Your essay only does not really work for me.
Giving critical feedback and showing an alternative concerning how to come to reliable methods to achieve excellence , is hopefully NOT off topic.