We cannot instantly transport an object to its destination, and we can't instantly solve all problems or effect drastic change. The concept of mass and inertia apply to organizations as well. While we can't change things instantly, we can move closer by steps, actions, resolutions, projects and influence.
As far as solving issues with pure code, I was always taught that a program is a series of instructions for an adaptable tool. As such, the tool must already be present as well as the process already in place. Software just tweaks and optimizes things to work as good as possible and adapt to changing environments and needs.
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