Having courage is what separates great CEOs from the pack, Bill George argues, sharing examples of bold and brave decisions by Ford’s Alan Mullaly and PepsiCo’s Indra Nooyi, as well as a time he failed to take the proper risk. “There are literally thousands of competent managers who can run organizations efficiently using pre-determined operating plans, but few with the courage to transform entire enterprises,” George writes. Read more

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