A review of literature on the study of effectiveness of leadership on business performance of Farmers agricultural cooperatives in Horo Guduru Wollega zone, Ethiopia
Mosisa Deressa Lemmi
This study examines leadership and its role on business performances of cooperative organizations. Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it. In business, a vision is a realistic, convincing and attractive depiction of where you want to be in the future. Vision provides direction, sets priorities, and provides a marker, so that you can tell that you've achieved what you wanted to achieve. To create a vision, leaders focus on an organization's strengths by using tools such as to analyze their current situation. They think about how their industry is likely to evolve, and how their competitors are likely to behave. They look at how they can innovate successfully , and shape their businesses and their strategies to succeed in future marketplaces. And they test their visions with appropriate market research, and by assessing key risks using techniques such as Scenario Analysis.