As those of you who have followed the article to date know, parts two and three (which is the one that concerns us in this case) are dedicated to analyse the alternative between managing a future project by an experienced leader, with everything that this entails, and another that is not, or not enough.
It is not about denigrating or undermining this second alternative, which at certain times and circumstances has its meaning and convenience. It’s about creating a debate based on facts, not perceptions. And less in those that have no basis.
I will show, as I always do, with arguments and examples, that this is not so. That what is said about us that it is not worth hiring us for these reasons is not only a stereotype or a hoax, but is also completely false. And most importantly, it is a mistake, something we must not fall into.Continue reading