“In the Spanish culture when we have to face a new challenge we quickly make a preliminary scheme and we start working on it. We may have only one kick-off meeting and we will reduce meetings to minimum. As soon as we face any problem we prepare meetings to tackle them and if it’s now possible we go through it. If there is a mistake we correct it and we go to the next task. On the other hand, in the Anglo-Saxon world the approach would be different. Probably 2 or 3 kick-off meetings and few preliminary discussions to have every detail of the project defined. It would always be better to stop a task until we are sure it will be done correctly at the first time that to correct it later. I would say that there would be less improvisation than on the “Latino” approach.