When I asked the question about how did they choose their workers, I was really surprised with his answer. He said, “buscamos a gente con actitud no aptitud”. At first I didn’t totally get this concept, but as I kept thinking about it, I started getting it, and now I actually think it’s a very wise belief. Think about it; you can hire people with the best skills and abilities, but if they don’t have the right attitude and values, it is impossible that they will give their 100%. Attitude cannot be changed or modified, instead skills can be taught and learned haven’t you heard the saying practice makes perfect? Nobody is born with the skills, you learn them, but the attitude is a matter of values, and values are harder to change. When the company has this mentality, they have less limitations, because people aren't forced to do what they are "good" at, but instead what they are passionate about, which is what really motivates people to give their best. As students we do this all the time, in school we are confronted with topics we have never seen before, but still if you have the right attitude and are willing to work hard to learn it, you can succeed. After all, it is impossible to succeed in something that you're not passionate about.
This concept also reminded me of mindset; when you have the growth mindset, you can achieve greater things. Peruplast totally proved itself to be growth minded, they believe in improvement, and that with the right attitude you have no limitations.