A sea of managers, each yearning to be reckoned as a leader. Source: treehugger.com
In conclusion, having to deal with banal problems on a daily basis, "putting brush fires out," is admittedly not the most exciting job on Earth. Even so, the dislike or boredom does not justify grouping problem-solving together with “leadership vision” and “leadership style” under the rubric of leadership. Alternatively, it might be asked whether so much management is really necessary in modern business. Capitalism has not always manifested as the managerial or corporate sort that is populated by gigantic organizations. The many levels of management in a large company can be viewed as a diseconomy of scale both in terms of integration costs and work satisfaction. If so, optimality may be found in a smaller, less complex organization than is typically assumed. In other words, rather than make management into something it is not, the emphasis on management can be lessened.