Will the Future See Leaderless Societies?

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The “Leader” or “Leadership” Paradigm Will Become Obsolete in Future

Egypt’s “leaderless” revolution has shown in clear terms that people do not need leaders for their achievements.

“The need for a leader” hoax has been drilled into the minds of people by the interested and selfish parties over the ages. As a result of this brainwash, it created a mindset of dependency of people on their so called leaders. This age old paradigm created dictators, bosses, superiors, leaders, hierarchies etc. It injected a sense of helplessness among the people and it tarnished their understanding and assessment of their own potentials.

The future will see emergence of new paradigms: the “people” paradigm in general or social life and the “professional” paradigm in the work life. All we need for maintenance and growth of societies and organizations is to accept this new concept that every human being is a “person” and a “professional”. No human being is either boss or subordinate, leader or follower, dictator and oppressed, superior or subordinate, higher hierarchy or lower hierarchy, highbrow and lowbrow etc.

All are equal persons and equal professionals. And they have a right to live their lives as such.

People will live in peace with each other in their social lives and the professionals will run all those domains that need to be run effectively and efficiently so that people can live in peace.

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About Shyam Bhatawdekar

35 years’ industrial/business experience as a top executive & 35 years’ parallel academic/consultancy experience in general management, behavioral sciences & technology. Areas: general management, production, human resources, industrial engineering, systems, MIS, computers, corporate planning, audit, sales/marketing. Penchant for information technology & behavioral sciences; integrated with conventional technology makes him unique thought leader. Conversant with academic theories & realities of business, fuses the two into practical approaches. Was associated with Tata Motors, Hindustan Motors, Hindustan Aeronautics & ThyssenKrupp; held top positions as highflier executive. Presently Chairman & Managing Director, Prodcons Group associating with 250 organizations; providing management & I T consultations & conducting seminars/workshops. Been a faculty for IIM’s, TMTC, Railway & HAL Staff Colleges, Symbiosis. Speaker with 35000 hours’ experience benefitting more than 100,000 people. Published 35 articles in Economic Times, Indian Management & Computers Today. Authored 27 books. Invited as key speaker in seminars by AIMA, HRD Network, NIPM, QCFI, CSI, NPC. Widely traveled. Education: Engineering & Management.
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6 Responses to Will the Future See Leaderless Societies?

  1. Violet says:

    THE EGYPTIAN REVOLUTION of 2011 was predicted back in 2003.

  2. lena says:

    Beneficial information.

  3. online says:

    The core of your writing appears reasonable.

  4. Giza says:

    The design and style look great. Many thanks.

  5. TR says:

    Wow! I thought I was the only one who thought this way. Yes this is the way of the future- people can live and create their owns lives on their own and do so in peace with each other. What a marvelous concept. So how do we start the revolution in the developed world? A lot of people in these countries want the change but they just don’t know how about getting it done. Any ideas?

  6. Patsy says:

    Wow! Great thinking! JK

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