Over the course of my career I have wondered is there a ‘right way’.
The right way to accomplish tasks should be a simple formula. I clearly was wrong.
The right way I have learned is there is no right way. What makes sense is the perpetual state of collapse.
The petpetual state of collapse where nothing makes sense and people do the bare minimum. Chaos is the normal, band-aids are used, and dissatisfation is always on the menu.
The right way is an ideal that has no place in work.