Leadership and management are often mentioned in the same breath, as if they’re interchangeable. In fact, many people think that managers are also leaders. Is this true? Do these two roles have nothing in common?
A manager’s job is to take care of operational tasks at a company or organization, making sure that everything runs smoothly and efficiently. A leader, on the other hand, has a different role. They inspire their team members to achieve goals and build lasting relationships with other teams and individuals.
Management vs leadership: How do these roles differ from each other? Let’s find out!
For years, companies used to make annual plans to drive more Enterprise Agility. Now they make quarterly forecasts for the same purpose. New tactic, same game. But what if that Enterprise Agility is defined by activity level rather than concrete outcomes achieved that build towards real Enterprise Agility? If annual or quarterly success is measured by activity only, does that actually make a company “successful”? Let’s say the employees were really busy and their “activity level” was high; in fact,