I know the culture issue with the shop. That too has been around for way too long. But then again, the shop environment is changing. Many companies have converted over to "electronic" 2d drawings where shop personnel open prints up using on the line computers. And they have been doing it for years.
The future view is that the same people simply open a 3D model the same way they open 2D except it is simply much much much much much easier to read.
For shop floors still depending on "paper", again technology through API programming and advances in 3D adobe, make it all to easy to provide all the orthographic views with all the tolerance and note information in the now old fashioned format "automatically".
So, yes I hear you. And, yes we need to take of the entire "work flow" of the part definition, but the answers are there and the investments will save money.