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Over the last decades focus on leadership has gained popularity and taking a decision what leadership style to use has become more difficult. With the constant changes in corporate culture and developing leadership styles, making an informed decision about what leadership style fits the organization the best becomes difficult. The purpose of this quantitative thesis paper was to compare three popular leadership styles, lean management, laissez-faire leadership, and servant leadership using the Hudson’s Leadership model. The thesis is divided into two main parts. Part one is introducing the reader to the background of the three leadership styles mentioned and the main objectives of the styles. That was done by using the vast number of books, scholarly journal articles and research were used to collect data that was used to make the comparison. The second part is comparing the leadership styles using the Hudson’s Leadership Model parts. This was done by using a few key sources to fill in the different parts of the model for all three leadership styles. The main findings of the comparison were how the three leadership styles use all use different methods and actions to reach a common goal of making the organization successful. The leadership styles all have a different emphasis and do they have a different effect on an organization.
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