These studies reported that not only are leaders born and made, but also that genetics, parental influence, adverse life experiences and training and development all affect leadership development.
This essay will argue that although some people were born to have the ability and talent to be good managers but evidence and researches indicate that most of successful managers do attempt to work hard for what can take the place of inborn methods to be a good manager.
Personal Perspective & Theories
The primary leadership theory I believe in comes from John Maxwell and speaks to the dual nature of leadership: leaders are both born and made.
The wartime collaboration of Sicilian-born Salvatore "Lucky" Luciano with the United States Navy may havemade the aftermath of the smoother than it otherwise might have been, but there is no evidence that the Sicilians in 1943 were any less welcoming of the Allies than the residents of Piedmont and Lombardy were two years later. Luciano's real influence was at the Port of New York.
With the death of Calogero Vizzini, the Mafia slid into the realm ofwhat Sicily's mafiosi later derided as "gangsterism," a more recklessAmerican style of crime. In 1957, the Sicilian Mafia re-established ties withtheir brethren in the United States and Canada. It was Lucky Luciano, of allpeople, who orchestrated the alliance. Unlike Vizzini and his generation, the new Sicilian "men of honor" were (uncouth people) who made no pretension whatsoever at being gentlemen. Whereas, in public at least, Vizzini and people like him maintained a veneer of civility, and might evenpass for dignified country squires, it was clear that newcomers like Giuseppe Genco Russo, Michele Greco and Luciano Leggio, though (sly) in certain respects, were essentially vulgar by nature. "Men of honor" and the "code of honor," if either had ever existed in fact, vanished in a flurry of murders. By the 1970s, even women and children were not spared in the carnage.
This essay will discuss the notion that scientific management was a ‘good’ idea in the history of management thinking, by looking at the historical backgrounds and political beliefs of economist, also how the develop management theory by conducting experiments, and how their theories made it into the managing business does and how do they work.