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Once a colleague which used to work as co-interviewer with me, told me something that probably describe my inclination towards "seeing the potential in a person we interview not necessarily the actual hard skills". Looking back, I think this is valid, also when I look to business or social systems. If the situation or business is meaningful and worthwhile to change (as per my set of values) I try to paint a "future situation" and to put in place the right people, the right technologies and the right processes that are needed to make it happen.

I've once imagined that P&G could build a service center in Bucharest, that happened in several years after, time in which I've built the capabilities to make this happen. Around 300 jobs were created as a result. Once other time I imagined a situation when, once parents divorce, the children won't suffer the loss of one of their parent, now we have a legislation change and at least for some children and families, the new law works. More work is to come but I think we are now set on the course to reach that moment. It was a nice insight for me to realize that change management tools and techniques that works in a business environment do work as well in society and with the state authorities ...