I’m a lifetime New Yorker, and so by default I’m meant to be a jaded New Yorker. Perhaps we *may* just have a tendency to look at things a bit more cynically – we’ve seen it all. So, when I started at Nagarro, I assumed that we were in business for all the reasons that people are in business – revenue, growth and profit above all else. I excitedly brought in my first project and watched it closely with interest. Our team had taken on a fixed bid project, which was estimated to take a handful of months. So when this project extended beyond the original timeline and Nagarro held to its fixed bid while taking a loss, I was mortified. Although I was not involved in the estimating process, I was sure my career at Nagarro was ending just as it was getting started.