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After time, we all develop habits, styles and ways of approaching problems, that help make sure we complete successfully, and make sure we don't have to fix things we overlooked.
After a couple of years of developing your best practice habits, others insist that you do things in a way that is very contrary to that.
How do you handle that? You can see clearly that it is going to end up in a ton more work, because they don't want to spend the time and effort making sure it will be done the right way. And you know it'll waste money because it won't be able to satisfy the end user.
How do you handle these kind of conflicts with ethics and serving your client/customer?
Now I don't want to be in a position of just watching as we do something self-destructive, in terms of a path or decision. I want to be successful, but I am not sure what would be the ethical or healthier way of handling this.