Breaking down the fear of the presidential future
Just days before Chile chooses a new president, concerns about the possible scenarios overwhelm different economic sectors. Although the priorities or some metrics could vary, the uncertainty and difficulties go beyond whoever leads the country. Social pressure and political balance between the government, Congress, and the “Constitutional Convention” will have a risky and irregular dynamic.
In this line, businessmen must focus on planning that has as its starting point and central, this inherent instability of next year. What to do to manage companies in this scenario?
Understand the changes, be open to all opportunities, manage possible risks, and not be paralyzed in the face of adversity. Businesses must continue to produce and offer services, customers will continue to look for more efficient alternatives and the best value proposition.
Let’s develop competitive advantages, promote initiatives that promote efficiency and differentiation -that build sustainable value- and become aware of weaknesses, to correct them with innovation. If we are open to questioning paradigms, we should not fear changes.