There have been many theories about leadership, but not a single unified framework. Some theories attribute success in leadership to individual traits, whereas others focus more on how suitable the leader’s style is to the situation
Often, when people from two knowledge areas collaborate and those knowledge areas intersect, new areas of knowledge and breakthroughs emerge. One such area of knowledge and its associated practices that has appeared in recent years is neuromarketing.
Human-resources managers often devise organizational structures, develop codes of conduct and set guidelines for organizational behavior. Those measures are certainly beneficial in that they orient the behavior of individuals within the organization towards achieving organizational objectives.