What separates the very best musicians from the also-rans is the long-term commitment to the goal, and to the practice required to achieve it. Hours, days, weeks and years of relentless practice drive up performance, improvs timing and rhythm and change the person from someone who plays an instrument into a musician. They become flexible, resilient, agile performers.
Now, apply this to your organisation, your processes, you’re staff. If you can get workers to understand what world-class performance is, give them the skills, drill them into operating sound, secure processes and support them properly, you may be able to create an orchestra that can play sweet music for you.
But they need a strong conductor who understands the score and understands them. That is your role.
Without that coordinating role, they may pull in different directions.