Corinne Saad , Director, C5: I think those differences and those tensions ultimately make for a better process, because we’re having to think it through every step of the way and look at what we’re doing every step of the way to make sure we’re being effective. There’s no old habits, old patterns of behavior that we can fall back into. So yes, disagreements happen but we talk and we get through it. And sometimes they’re not always resolved – I mean sometimes we just need to set things aside and agree, “OK, we haven’t quite got there, but let’s focus on what we’re doing, and it will come back and it does come back and we will discuss it again.” Gradually over a number of months, it just begins to ease and resolve itself.