It is not an arrow...
It is not an arrow...

"Blame the Indian, not the arrow”
“A bad workman blames his tools.”
"It is not the clubs you hit, it is you."

There seem s to be several version of same thing saying it is the people wha are to blame. I believe ultimately it the people to decision to use the paticular tools. But as a manager, you need to provide the best possible tools.