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Introduction Oftentimes Management and Leadership are perceived to mean the same thing. Although both concepts are related and go hand by hand, there are some differences between the two. When managers assign different tasks to their employees, there is need for the managers to stay engaged and take the lead to define the purpose. These same managers have additional function to helping organizing staff aimed ultimately not only to maximize efficiency at the workplace but to also nurture and enhance talent and skills. The author will begin by discussing the differences between management and leadership to provide and enhance clarity of the following discussion. Student: Geoff Santorin Textbook: Management 330 Course: MGT/330 Week 5 Instructions: Select an organization with which you are familiar. Prepare a 1,750- to2,100-word paper in which you address the following as it relates to that organization: Differentiate between management and leadership. Describe the roles and responsibilities that organizational managers and leaders play in creating and maintaining a healthy organizational culture. Evaluate the effect of globalization and management across borders. Recommend at least two strategies that organizational managers and leaders can use to create and maintain a healthy organizational culture. Support your recommendations with the concepts discussed in class and in the text, as well as your personal experiences. Differences between Management and Leadership The typical job of managers revolves around issues such as planning, and organizing as well as coordinating functions in atypical work place. Managers have an important function of administering and maintaining the statuesque of the organization and to do this, they have to focus on the organizational systems and functions. The Leader on the other hand, has very important obligation to innovate and develop, while placing emphasis on the staff and people. The leader takes a longer perspective on things, and strives to inspire people.
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