Many teams are work-order teams where their backlog is just given to them and they simply have to execute it. Trying to fit a goal into random piecies of work is horrible and I see people getting zero value for goals.
But Scrum, is revealing that goals are not working. Most people want to change the rules so it is okay. However, good scrum teams will make transparent that goals are not work, then inspect why and try figure out how to do this better.
Typicall (not always), the issue is how the Product Owner manages value. The PO often lacks establishing a product goal and a series of smaller milestone goals to reach the product goal. This is not hard to do. The PO needs the discipline to work goal based and outcomes based. This makes their world a lot easier to manage. Sadly most fall into the trap of defining the features and not letting the team do that, then they micromanage that.
PO - Create product goals and outcomes.
PO - Estabilish (with others) many interim goals as a release plan and product strategy. This is not defining features, but the desired outcomes and goals.
Scrum Team - In near term refinement, Explore and expand the goals into features. If goals too big, work on greating more interim goals that encourage feedback.
Scrum Team - Sprint planning, detailed conversation of feature.
This journey takes time to master with many challenges. Initially many teams stuggle with this. But it is about constantly figuring out how to do it better and to improve flow.