The Ideal Executive -
Dr. Adizes premise, developed in this book, is that the ideal leader, manager, or executive ideal in the sense that he can fulfill by himself all the roles necessary for the long-and short-term effectiveness and efficiency of an organization does not and cannot exist. And that is the problem with contemporary management literature: it presents what the executive should do, (because thAll the books and textbooks that try to teach us to be perfect managers, leaders, or executives are based on the erroneous assumption that such a goal is possible. This book explains why it is not. We are all barking up the wrong tree, spending millions of dollars to train and develop executives based on faulty logic.
at is what the organization needs) even though no one can do it.