When the decision was made to rotate elders through the permanent positions, the result was near chaos.
You had secretaries who couldn't spell and didn't know how to write a letter and had no clue what a filing system was.
There were Field Service Overseers who loathed field service and were far removed from the cheerleader mentality that the position required.
You had school overseers who couldn't speak, teach, had no command of the English language, and misapplied the information and speaking tips so carefully articulated in the School Guidebook.
There were Presiding Overseers with no ability to preside, were afraid to delegate, and let the position go to their heads.
And the Watchtower conductor was likely to be a doofus who didn't prepare, didn't study, didn't engage the congregation and get folks involved, and who couldn't teach.
Of course, we were told this was god's "spirit annointed arrangement." But if this were god's idea, didn't he foresee these flaws in advance? Why didn't he skip directly to the way the arrangement was revised shortly after it began? Looking back, this was a huge clue that there were too many chefs in the kitchen and that the master chef had left the building (if, in fact, he was ever there).