Well, that's why we needed new blood in the organization.
One thing that defines smart people is the willingness to not be "original," rather, they try to learn from everything - and who better to learn from than the "splendid splinter?"
I like that Klentak wants to be sure that all the minor league instructors are on the same page, if you have an organizational philosophy, you want to teach it up and down the system, tweaking it for individual players, but generally sticking to the script. And this should extend to the scouts, you obtain players who fit your approach, and then teach them what you want them to do.
Maybe it won't work, but it's better than a system where players get different instruction at each level, and player evaluators are scratching their heads, uncertain if it's the player or the coaching.