Business Leadership and Management as Two Complementary Constructs


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Business Leadership and Management as Two Complementary Constructs
As some business thinkers would have it, leadership and management are one in the same. But a closer consideration of the debate reveals that leadership and management are not the same; they are two complementary but different constructs. And recognition of this fact has significant implications for leadership in general.
What is Leadership?
The first thing necessary for showing that leadership and management are two complementary constructs is to provide a working definition of leadership. Along these lines, although no universally accepted definition of leadership exists, few could argue against the observation that the most salient features inherent to leadership concern...
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