The conflict comes in w/r to the INTJ seeing different problems than others, in general. In my example, I pointed out how people had good attitudes, were getting along, and generally, the social aspects of the workplace were fine. The people there were good at solving THOSE problems. They didn't SEE the other problems, so much as had jobs dedicated to putting out the fires caused by those problems that the INTJ saw.
Having a bunch of firemen ready to put out the fires is definitely an alternative solution. So why does everyone get upset when the INTJ points out that the fires can be prevented? Is fire prevention an egocentric "INTJ way"?
Is it perceived as egocentric because the INTJ is an ass, or is it perceived as egocentric because the problem the INTJ sees is invisible to everyone else, therefore the INTJ must be an ass for "ignoring reality" (fires "just happen"), "wanting his own way" (he's so sure about fire prevention), "inconsiderate of others' needs" (we shouldn't have to learn this complicated and pointless fire prevention stuff), and "invested in protecting his own ego" (the only possible
reason he could be so insistent about fire prevention is that he cannot admit that he is wrong - fires need to be put out, not "prevented").
I'm using "fire prevention" as an obvious example that anyone can see.