- Jul 4, 2019 7:56 pm GMT
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One fascinating aspect that involves all decisions is how each organization prefers to conduct them. There are two extremes:
- Those that, when identifying an opportunity, seek to capture it promptly because they know that a good part of the conditions involved are beyond their control
- Those that privilege their "own pace". No matter if the opportunity will be there when they reach the end of the process.
The great majority lies somewhere between these two extremes, with a strong tendency towards "their own pace", reflecting our cultural (Brazilian) profile.
There is a big difference with what happens in developed countries, where the need for much more agility in capturing opportunities is ostensibly there!
The result in Brazil is the systematic loss of opportunities. But who cares?