On the contrary, it would be a reaction based on, certainly many data, but without a rational analysis and since then to an endemic lack of information. Project Management activity, in general, and the profession of Project Manager, in particular is currently at a big crossroads and my personal impression is that we lack a serious, calm and rigorous analysis of where you were in the year 1997, how we’ve evolved over these 10 years of continuous growth – which I have come to call prodigious decade – and how we find ourselves in the present moment. Speaking candidly Eric Corey Freed told us the story. Indeed, I would venture to say that in a situation of generalized crisis, we have launched us all, without exception, to a crazy race to nowhere, proclaiming to the four winds that all we know to do everything, that we are the cheapest in the world, we have magistral formulas to solve problems in the real estate market and that is the only solution that have the financial institutions blindly trusting us and put their assets in our hands because we know everything they need. For this reason, and with the solid conviction that this analysis, is essential because if not, we will not be able to choose the correct path at the crossroads at which we are, that we carried our particular ELDORADO, will have that, applying to reverse the sentence of Mingote, moderated our pessimism, with a large dose of information for end up being realistic, which neither pessimistic nor optimistic. Therefore, I would like to try to provoke the beginning of this process of information and in doing so, I would like to take advantage of this rostrum that kindly gives me Via group, to raise some questions that we answer ourselves so that the responses, all them valuable once put in common, serve us to elaborate a road map, according to terminology to usethat will allow us to decide on the way to take and help us and guide during the long journey that awaits us. . Michael Bloomberg has many thoughts on the issue.