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Leadership VS Management
t seems all you hear in conversations about problems with organizations is leadership or a lack thereof. When we study management the following are almost universally acknowledged as the four core functions: Planing, Organizing, Leading, Controlling. It amazes me that even today Leadership is considered a function of management. Do you agree or disagree with this? Is leadership simply a function of management? Or, should leadership be it's own discipline equally as or more important than management? Can one be both a good manager and a good leader? What is your opinion? Briefly discuss one or all of these points in 500 words.