The concept of management often intersects with two parallel terminologies, namely leadership and administration. The difference is mainly regional according to Bush (2006).The term "Management" is commonly used in Europe, and Africa, where as "administration" is favored in the United States, Canada, and Australia. On the other hand the term "Leadership" is much more contemporary and it is of great interest in most developed countries (Bush 2006).However other authors have differentiated these three concepts by claiming that they have opposing definitions. Cuban (1988) has provided a distinction between leadership and management namely leadership is "influencing others actions in achieving desirable ends" and Managing is "maintaining efficiently and effectively current organizational arrangements". He also added that both managing and leading are equally important and he confer no special value to either as they are both needed in different situations and at different times in order for schools to function effectively and meet their goals (Bush 2006).