submit a 2000 words paper on the topic Why the Leader of the Future Must Be a Perpetual Learner.
Hi, need to submit a 2000 words paper on the topic Why the Leader of the Future Must Be a Perpetual Learner. As different humans could only create a different working culture, the success rate will be minimal. And, if a common working culture, if correctly said, the perfect, feasible and winnable working culture is ‘operationalised’, throughout the organization, the organization will be a success story. And, the script for this success story can only be scripted, by an effective leader or manager. So, this paper as a form of literature Review will analyze how the organizational culture mainly ‘scripted’ or created by the leader or manager creates both opportunities and challenges
From time immemorial, the success or failure of an organization or any other human activity depends on the role, the leader or manager plays. If the leader or manager follows a set of traits he/ she can ‘sprinkle’ success in many lives, including the individuals in his/her organization. The managerial skills should be visible and should be put to effective use when the leader, as a ‘builder’ builds a group by following a certain organizational culture. A manager will normally take over or preside over or manage an existing organization. That is, the building or recruiting of the ‘group’ of individuals as well as the installation of infrastructure, set up etc, would have already taken place, with the manager only leading and managing the organization. This job of taking an existing set up and managing it brings in a set of challenges, which can be taken care of by formulating certain strategies or solutions based on a common and effective organizational culture.
One of the important first tasks of a leader in an organization (both in a new organization and in an existing organization) is the creation of a Culture. That is, the task of the leader is to create a working culture, embed the working culture in the working group and environment, sustain it and also rectify it when faults occur. According to Edgar Schein (2004, p.17), “The culture of a group can now be defined as a pattern of shared basic assumptions that was learned by a group as it solved its problems of external adaptation and internal integration, that has worked well enough to be considered valid, therefore, to be taught to new members as the correct way to perceive, think, and feel in relation to those problems”.