From time to time, organizations and the people within them can feel a bit stuck — or they need to make sure they don’t get stuck in the first place. After all, it’s better to prevent a difficult situation than to deal with it after the fact.
They are looking for answers, and often they don’t know what questions to ask.
They don’t always find the clarity they thought they were looking for, but they find the clarity they need.
The object is to arrive at some kind of truth. The journey is not always comfortable, but it is essential. It certainly beats the alternative.
When people and organizations find clarity, they can advance.
That can mean many things: better efficiency, a sense of well-being, purpose, unity, focus, insight, confidence.
Notice that these are all good things.