Leaders or Mangers for Difficult Times by Fincham describes the qualities of good managers and successful leaders. The article explains the ethical lapses facing pharmacy and pharmacists in the contemporary society and how leaders can use both managerial and leadership skills to solve problems not just in pharmacy but in other organisations (Fincham, 1). The problems include distribution and importation of medications that are either counterfeit or out-dated. The author argues that these challenges can be solved through exemplary skills in management and leadership. Leaders can offer unlimited solutions to major and minor challenges facing many organizations (Fincham, 2). Management is a process of organising a complicated system of technology and people to efficiently achieve its mandate. Therefore, leaders should utilize functions of management for successful future (Fincham, 3). Good leaders are capable to inspire and motivate other individuals to move forward and be successful.
Kotter’s argues that leadership determines the success or failure in the organisation’s future. Leaders are capable of organisi