“I still maintain that we should opt for Australia!” Mark Rogers, Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of GlobalConstruct, exclaimed. The meeting called by Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Jacob Mitchell still lacked consensus. Two options were on the table: GlobalConstruct could join the bidding process for a new and extremely prestigious tennis stadium construction project in either Singapore or Australia. Given the importance of these types of projects, their successful completion could easily lead to follow-up projects and propel GlobalConstruct’s rise on the international playground. The Australian government was very keen on implementing the tennis stadium construction project with success, given the negative publicity it had suffered as a result of similar projects in the past. Announcing the timely delivery of such a well-publicized initiative might alter public opinion. And if this were the case, GlobalConstruct would become Australia’s number one choice for additional tennis stadium construction projects.