What leaders really do.(Managers promote stability while leaders press for change)(A reprint of a 1990 article)

  • Kotter J
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In this article the author argues that leadership is different from management. Leadership and management are two compilmentary systems. While managemnet copes with complexity, leadership copes with change. Because the business world has become more competitive and demands more change, it also demands more leadership.

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  • Business
  • Leadership -- Evaluation
  • Management -- Evaluation

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  • John P Kotter

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