Usually our first resort is to find someone to blame when something goes wrong rather than to find the cause of the problem. What this creates is a moment that first wastes time and also is likely to lead to people hating on each other.
When the cause of an issue is identified, we can immediately prescribe the needed remedy. As time can be equated to money, we must learn to attack the matter where it is most relevant before in order not to waste more of it.
By addressing the cause, we are likely not to repeat such mistakes again. Blaming someone does not solve the problem. It tends to shift responsibility whiles the problem still persists.
After the issue is resolved, one can later have a chat with whoever may have caused the problem and planning how to avert future occurrence. This will help in building one another in a more cohabited environment.
My name is Kotey.