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Leadership vs. Management, What’s the Difference?

Jennifer Bridges
Publication date:
December 27, 2019
Article Summary: 

This blog post explains the differences between leadership and management. The author states that while there is some overlap between the two, they are distinct and complementary skills that are both necessary for effective project management. The article defines management as the process of planning, organizing, and controlling resources to achieve specific goals, while leadership is the ability to inspire, motivate, and guide people towards a shared vision. The author provides examples of how management and leadership skills differ in areas such as decision-making, communication, and delegation. The article also emphasizes the importance of both leadership and management in project management and how they can work together to achieve project success.


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Jennifer Bridges
Leadership vs. Management, What’s the Difference?
December 27, 2019
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