Editor's Corner. Most research in organization and leadership argue and provide evidence to the assumption that management and leadership makes an important difference in making organizations capable of achieving goals in an effective and efficient way. Managers have the responsibility to implement corporate strategies while using the advanced managerial tools and leaders are expected to lead the way forward by being visionary and emphatic in order to encourage employees to work for the common good. Working environments characterized by demotivation and stress are often attributed to bad leadership, and organizations where there is no alignment between the strategy and performance, between intent and realization are often found to be caused by lack of management.
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