What is the difference between leadership and power? Who is responsible for providing leadership? How should power and leadership be applied in an organization?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 11:20 am ad1c9bdddf
The major difference between leadership and power is the fact that leadership is the ability to influence individuals to follow that leader in the accomplishment of a goal or objective. Power ...
Dr. Kennedy: Relationship of leadership to the politics of an organization
After reading the attached articles, I need help in understanding the relationship of leadership to the politics of the organization. With this in mind, please be sure to address the following issues, along with presenting any other ideas about this concept that you find interesting to assist me with this problem such as:
1. Your assessment of the practicality of Dr. Kennedy's advice. (please be specific in your references)
2. Any things that have changed, for better or worse, in the last ten years, from her article until now.
3. Anything about her medical context that makes it problematical trying to apply her ideas in other related organization/s
4. Your overall thoughts on the management of power in social relationships, and the balance of personal vs. organizational responsibility for doing this management (please note - I'm not looking for a "one right answer" here because there isn't one), but please just back up your argument with facts (if you can think of any).
5. What, if anything, does thinking about an "organization as a political system" add to thinking about an "organization as a machine", an "organization as an organism", an "organization as a brain", and an "organization as a culture"?