We reproduce what we know. And, we know what is modeled before us.
If such is the case, then what happens when what we know is not accomplishing what needs to be done? We end up repeating ourselves, doing the same things with a slightly different variation, expecting new results to occur.
Such is not the way of the wise kingdom steward. The kingdom ethic demands more from us.
Whenever something systemically new comes along, it is initially viewed as inferior to the norm. It is not what is expected according to our structures. It often does not fit within our known models. It does not produce the expected results.
But, if we reproduce what we know, and we know that what is modeled before us is not working, then maybe it is time for something systemically different.