The task of the leader is to get his (her) people from where they are to where they have not been.
For it remains true that our only sure guides to the present, which so often seems so bewildering, are the lessons—the often terrible lessons—of the past.
—Henry Cabot Lodge
After completing this section of the course, you will be able to describe and compare different organizational structures and levels.
To truly maximize your time and managerial leadership capabilities and those resources at your intellectual disposal, you must realize and accept that every organization is in a constant state of fluctuation—change is the norm. No player (including yourself) ...