April 04, 2011


There are many imporatant roles that leaders perform when they are leading. For example motivating the employees, decision making, problem solving etc but the most imporatant role the leadership should perform according to me is to develop system thinking. It is the basis for everything according to me, with in an organization's context. System thinking is the also the basis for effective communication, which leads to success in th long run. The leaders should encourage system thinking because it leads to greater motivation and team work, as people work together for the common cause. The quality guru Deming also emphasized the importance of system thinking and prompted leadrs to develop system thinking within their organization.

System thinking is very important as it leads to the achievement of the vision of the organization as a whole and people avoid individual goal setting and work for the greater goal, which is the organizational goal.

So, we should constitute system thinking in our organization as the first step as leaders because that transforms the organization as a family and peopl work together as a gruop.       

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