These are issues that will definitely recur in troubleshooting future bugs, and doing a proper postmortem could easily save 250+ man hours over the course of a year. What's more, fixing some of these issues would also aid in application development. So you're looking at immediate cost savings and improved development speed just by doing a napkin postmortem on a simple bug. I can't imagine how much more efficient an organization with an ingrained and professional postmortem culture would be.
John Chidgey digs into well known catastrophes, analyses what went wrong, and what was fixed afterwards. Not software related but promotes a safety mindset very well.