There are schools of thought that organisational structure by itself does not provide any mechanism that
motivates managers and non-managerial employees to behave in ways that make the organisational
structure work or even improve the way it works – hence the need for leaders. Another school of
thought is of the opinion that managers can develop an elegant organisational structure with highly
appropriate task and reporting relationships and it’ll work as designed without leaders – hence the
employee behaviour shapes the organisational structure.

Argue for and against the proposition that:
“Leadership is a process whereby an individual influences a group of individuals to achieve a common
goal, in organisations”.





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