Management and Leadership within Organizations The leadership of and in organizations has changed according to the historical, economic, political and social circumstances of our world. Leadership and management skills have always been crucial to the success or failure of a company. Management and being a leader seems to have a simple definition: the overseer(s) of an organization in order for said organization to run well and achieve success, whatever specific definition of success may be. Throughout the years, the ideas and conceptions of the ideal management personnel or leader have changed. Never before has the concept of what a leader is or can be been so varied yet all-encompassing, so diverse and so integral to every part of life....The end:
.....s and the organization within history. It was always important for a leader within business to be ahead of the game, and cognizant of factors that affect business practice. Now, more than ever before, business leaders must expand their role into new sectors of life based on grabbing holds of technological trends, new markets and redefining the influence of the organization. This will only continue in the years to come. The emphasis of the leader and how they lead in terms of innovation transcends their own self, their employees and the world at large. Bibliography Blackford, Mansel G. (2003). A History of Small Business In America. United States: UNC Press. Tucker, K. A. (1977). Business History: Selected Readings. New York: Rutledge Press.