I think both are useful, honestly. For those new to DAWs, tutorials definitely work. I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed the Mixbus tutorial series! Short, bitesize chunks that gave me what I needed without having to necessarily read a manual. On the other hand, I also agree that a complete worklow (such as classical) is extremely useful to those who have the basics under their belt and want to know how all the different skills fit into a larger whole. “Tactics” vs “Strategy” to use a chess analogy.
As a prime example, I watched a fantastic Pyramix video on classical editing (I referenced it in the classical mega-thread) but after watching, I needed to seek help with an experienced Pyramix user and re-read the manuals in order to even set up the session to make the editing possible. Yes, the video could have included it but I think people might have switched off before the “juicy” stuff happened.