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The Relationship between Leadership and Management: Instructional Approaches and Its Connections to Organizational Growth

Journal: Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business Research (Vol.3, No. 5)

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Page : 211-225

Keywords : Management; Leadership; Relationship; Business education; Business instruction.;

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The characteristics of leadership and management were examined in the context of instructional approach. Most leadership authors demonstrated a tendency to characterize leaders as individuals who are visionary and able to influence and motivate others. Authors writing about management demonstrated a tendency to characterize the manager as a bureaucrat whose function is to plan, budget, control, and organize. Most theories related to management demonstrated to be highly tied to scientific management, proposed by Frederick Taylor during the early 1900s. Together, these findings suggest that business students are not receiving appropriate and updated business instruction for 21st century education.

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