The structure and organization allowed by unions and big corporations isn't the problem. Greedy lazy people with no work ethic, no motivation, and no morals are the problem. The tools (unions) that were originally put in place to protect workers from being abused are now being abused to allow laziness and complacency to thrive.
I have to admit... as much as I was sad to see both sub companies that made Kappas get axed... part of me was actually happy to see such a bloated and mismanaged company fail. I was actually pretty annoyed that they were bailed out. Why the hell should the whole country fund a poorly ran company?!?! Let them fail.
Let all the people that were a part of the failure FEEL the sting and LEARN from it!
When I say "all" I mean from the lowest line worker "just going with the flow" all the way up to the CEO collecting an insane paycheck as a reward for terrible management (and as was said... ZERO leadership). Both of those are greedy and lazy behaviors and don't deserve to be rewarded with a government bailout.
We haven't had a big enough tragedy in a long time to remind people of what hard life is actually like. (world war, massive depression, something that really stings everyone for a significant period of time). No, I don't WISH tragedy on anyone. Just look at human history... so many periods of growth and innovation have followed hard knocks. When you have a long enough period without hardship people get lazy, complacent, and things like greed and selfishness can take hold.
We (I speak mainly of the US, but I believe it applies somewhat globally too) have also drifted away from any sort of moral compass. Religion is on the decline and being immoral is glorified and even celebrated. Just look at the most popular movies, TV, and news stories even. Being good for the sake of kindness towards fellow humans is seen as weak. Whereas being a greedy jackass is glorified. Go figure we're all messed up and millennials are adrift and lost...
Bah... sorry... no more preaching...