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Traditional Leadership

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Traditional Leadership And E-Leadership
A Study of Organizational Effectiveness In Today’s Scenario.

CONTENTS

TOPIC PAGE NO.

1). INTRODUCTION 3-7

2). NEED FOR THE STUDY 8

3). OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY 9

4). SCOPE OF THE STUDY 10-11

5). RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 12

6). LITERATURE REVIEW 13

7). EXPECTED CONTRIBUTION OF 14 THE RESEARCH WORK

INTRODUCTION

It has been accepted as a truism that good leadership is essential to every concern whether its business government or countless groups of organizations. Leadership shapes the world we work, play and live. If Leadership is such a crucial factor then, the critical issue is: What makes a great leader? It’s tempting to answer: Great followers! Although there lies some truth in this response the issue is much more complex. Leadership has been described as the “process of social influence in which one person can enlist the aid and support of others in the accomplishment of a common task”. A definition more inclusive of followers comes from Alan Keith of Genentech who said "Leadership is ultimately about creating a way for people to contribute to making something extraordinary happen." The source of such influence can be formal, such as one provided by the possession of managerial ranks in organizations. But not all the leaders are managers and the vice-versa also holds equally true....