I guess, the "fight" is partly due to the lack of cross-displinary training in school and at work.
A business folk often found the rigorous nature and process of a programmer inconvenient, whereas a programmer insists the everchanging business world should behave as orderly as the development process. It's a mutual misunderstanding. It's like abs(x) approaching 0 from opposite directions, connected but discontinuous.
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