Thursday, March 25, 2010
According to the antileadership argument, leadership has a smaller impact on organizational outcomes.
The two major arguments against the importance of leadership are substitute for leadership, and leadership irrelevance.
Closely knit teams of highly skilled professionals(air traffic)
1. Leadership is irrelevant to most organizational outcomes
Factors outside leadership control have large impact on outcomes
(1990s.. people working at home… demand for computers)
2. Limited control over consumers and stockholders.