In a prior issue of The Bulletin
we discussed attributes of organizations that are confident in executing strategy and advancing their respective visions successfully. We asserted that these attributes of confidence were important because executives and directors can use them to assess and advance their organizations along the journey to realize their vision. This issue of The Bulletin
augments the prior issue by adding examples to illustrate the attributes in action.
Together, this and the prior issues of The Bulletin
articulate a deeper understanding of the requisites of organizational confidence so that leaders can embed them within their culture in ways that can lead to superior performance relative to competitors.