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So an art of leadership is to sort those three groups out.
You don't have to worry about the ones who want your job.
In the military, as in any organization, giving the order might be the easiest part. The hierarchy starts with the leadership, which provides vision, wisdom, and motivation. That's turning time, task, and purpose into action.
Leadership is working with goals and vision; management is working with objectives.
But management is not the same thing as administration; people who do administration work off of checklists.
The leader's role is to provide the strategic vision for the organization.
often means "big things that might happen." In the military world, it means "the purpose of what we're doing, the task to be accomplished, when it will be done, and how and by whom." The purpose is what counts, followed by the tasks and who will do them, how they're going to get done, and when.
We investigate significant elements and consequences of the IMF's bailout policies and implementation approaches such as bailout effectiveness, moral hazard, conditionality, leadership, governance and the sustainability of IMF policy.
Based on our review, we develop the ‘Spiral of Doom’ framework and argue that the effectiveness of the austerity package attached to bailout funds is questionable because the design of the package overlooks the recipient country's unique economic status and cultural background.