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2 Steve Jobs Dream: To make technology an integral part of life and to put a computer in the hands of every person. Leaders Speak 1 Mahatma Gandhi Dream: An Independent India based on religious pluralism and non-violence where every religion will prosper. Ipods and Ipads. For. Reality: The technology named Macintosh was born and changed the world and the way we all see computers. But when will these illusions become a mobilizing force and when will they become dysfunctional? To spread more light on this trinity of Dreams. Illusion: To make people deeply believe in the need for a products like Mac. . The rational managers demand reality. how can proper decisions be taken unless the facts are right. they manufacture and sell illusions. illusions have no place. and if there are any illusions. Illusion: The formation of such India is possible and every Indian can be inspired towards achievement of this goal. The leaders are supposed to take rational. and how can facts be right if they are clouded by illusions? But another pivotal question that arises is if an organization can exist solely on reality when the leaders are supposed to be masters at creating and managing emotions and sooner or later convert these emotions into a set of shared illusions? Leaders sell Dreams. cold decisions and encourage others to do so. we will discuss the dreams of a few pivotal leaders by means of a role play and how they created a web of illusions around those dreams in order to see them become a reality.Executive Summary Introduction In the rational analytical model of management as we see it today. Illusions and Reality. their duty is to destroy them. Reality: Disagreement of some nationalists and India getting partitioned into Hindu and Muslim majority states.
communists and homosexuals for the economic and social situation.3 Adolf Hitler Dream: To see Germany become the biggest military and economic power in the world and recapture its territories. the message from ‘The Wild Duck’ is: ‘Reality is what it is but illusions can make the reality better. especially if we make it a new reality. every business started with and lives in the illusion that it can achieve what is stated in its vision statement. 4 Martin Luther King Dream: Birth of a new America in which Blacks are considered equal to and give the same stature as Whites. Hence. Hitler got trapped in his own illusion and so did the people that shared it with him. sharing your dream with someone is sharing the illusion of a possibility along with the risk of it. Without dreams what would humanity have accomplished ? Everything tangible and intangible started with someones dream. and people were left unemployed. Conclusion In the world as we see it today. Every emblematic figures that existed in the past created some kind of illusions. As we just saw. is that reality or is it an illusion ? Concretely. The real challenge for a leader is to deliberately create useful shared illusions. Inflation was galloping. When Vivekananda says that India is like a beacon of hope versus materialistic power and when Ghandi says that India is non-violent. As a leader. Reality: To a great extent.’ . Illusion: A political manifesto to blame jewish. Illusion: Ingraining a deep belief in blacks that equal rights can be achieved by means of manifestations etc. But dreams of course bring illusions. it is not possible to improve reality without dreams. physical disabled. Reality: Germany came out of the War and was forced to pay millions to the winner countries. the moment started by Martin Luther King reduced the gap between Blacks and Whites.