We mentioned time-oriented challenges yesterday. However, the majority of people live in a more event-oriented culture.
An event-oriented culture does not focus on the convenience of time, or how much time is needed to accomplish the task. The event takes precedence. Therefore, whatever amount of time is needed to finish the event will be given to it.
There are pros and cons to both cultures and when leaders use the beauty of each, the time to accomplish each specific task becomes the key to success.
When leaders examine the current culture and lead in ways that use the orientation of the individual or group, they succeed in leading them where they need to go.