In a recent article for the Journal of Leadership Studies, CML principals Leonard Marcus and Eric McNulty argue that leadership will remain a profoundly human endeavor. They draw examples from healthcare where, as in many industries, artificial intelligence and advanced analytics are making once judgement-based decisions more routine. While this takes some work off the plate of those in leadership positions, there is still plenty to do involving culture, safety, and the vast array of human relationships that animate any organizational setting. If anything, the bar is being raised on those leading if they expect people to follow them at a time when agility and innovation are prized.
Read the full article at the Journal of Leadership Studies.