The comment was made in the New Monorail Information thread ( that the costume department rarely talks with operations, but just goes ahead and does their thing as they see fit. This lead to some awkward costume design for the monorail CMs who might need a belt radio or a headset which conflict with their clothing (untucked shirts, hats).

It seems like this is a really basic kind of thing... if you are designing a costume for some group of people... wouldn't you talk to that group of people to see what their basic needs/wants are?

A lack of communication between departments can often cause undue headaches and unnecessary problems for a company. Especially one as complex as Disneyland (let alone the whole Disney company). I'm wondering what other communication disconnects exist that, if taken care of, would significantly improve daily operation of the parks.

Who isn't talking to who that should be?