Random behavior will get you random results. Systematic behavior will get you predictable results.
Measuring success requires a goal, targets, and a plan/process. If all three are fixed, then you have a chance of learning how to improve.
There is no point in doing everything but what the plan/process called for, and hoping to improve. If you don’t agree, then speak up. If you don’t speak up, you need to follow the plan in letter and spirit.
When result don’t turn out the way you expected, the first thing to look for is whether the plan/process was followed. There is no point in blaming external circumstances if you don’t follow what is under your control.