The game Jenga is actually a contest of minimalism. You start with a stack of wooden blocks as shown, and take turns removing blocks, until the tower collapses.
To a certain degree, everything is like Jenga. The most efficient solution to just about anything involves removing as many extraneous pieces as possible without destabilizing the original aim.
Fewer pieces means less time, less curation, fewer errors, fewer losses, lower maintenance, higher return, higher efficiency.
Few people realize that Occam, who passed away in 1347, was actually talking about Jenga. In a way.