Loser's Guide to Life
Every new manager does the same thing: spend the first couple months completely baffled by how the work gets done. Not surprising, because many managers have never actually done any work, or at least none of the sort they've taken it upon themselves to manage.
After about six months, they finally get the idea and tell their supervisors how well things are going. "When I first came here it was a total zoo. Incredible. But now, thanks to my good managing, everything seems to be going smoothly. I am so fine."