While the idea and gesture is nice, I don't see how it's plausible. Taking a group of 60 people into a lot of these rooms is a clear fire hazard violation. As to which, I don't see how you would portray "the work" that goes into making the con work. It's hard to portray or show us sitting in front of our computers writing emails for hours at a time, writing budgets, getting contracts written/signed. Let alone the countless meetings and discussions about the smallest stuff that no one cares to see/hear about (but must be done).
I can't speak for others on this part, but, reviewing videos, editing music, editing videos, creating choreography, math. TONS AND TONS AND TONS AND TONS OF MATH. I do so much damned math preparing for Fanime that it's insane. Timing videos to fit alotted slots, judgments on times it takes things to happen, averaging how many people, how long they take, how much they spend, how long they stay based on how much they spend, how much money based on venue sizes.
While I'd love to be able to display to congoers just what goes on behind the scenes, I don't see how you'd be able to do that. I can screenshot my Fanime inbox, and show time lapsing of how many mailes I get/send but I don't think people would really find that educating. Nor the 10 or so Excel sheets I have open, my calculator, and my 20 or so notepad files with different lists of random information I try to keep track of a few weeks before the convention.
The best I can say it. Staffing for Fanime is like another job when you have a higher up position. You spend hours upon hours a week doing paper work, and things people get paid to do. Only we don't see a paycheck. Our pay is watching the SJCC get filled with tens of thousands of people in costumes, talking and meeting new people, smiling when they meet a guest, sit down at the maid cafe, laughing as they watch some anime they haven't seen before, buying that figure they've always wanted, purchasing an awesome piece of art from some artist, putting on their skit, taking photos of a cosplayer iof their favorite character, and dancing with their newly met friends.
If people want to know what happens behind the doors, then that's all it is. Hours of work, to see the attendees happy.