Yesterday I saw a professional article at LinkedIn with some comments discussing the difference between leadership and management.
I like the logic of the attached picture very much, which basically says:
Executive’s effectiveness = Leadership (people orientation) x Management (task orientation)
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I am one of the leading experts for analyzing and improving organizations with more than 30 years of experience in international high-tech companies (Siemens, HP, ThyssenKrupp). My portfolio comprises business-oriented, high-quality consulting and interim management services on executive level in the following areas:
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