For achieving delegation

For achieving delegation - For achieving delegation, a...

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For achieving delegation, a manager has to work in a system and has to perform following steps : - 1. Assignment of tasks and duties 2. Granting of authority 3. Creating responsibility and accountability Delegation of authority is the base of superior-subordinate relationship, it involves following steps:- 1. Assignment of Duties - The delegator first tries to define the task and duties to the subordinate. He also has to define the result expected from the subordinates. Clarity of duty as well as result expected has to be the first step in delegation. 2. Granting of authority - Subdivision of authority takes place when a superior divides and shares his authority with the subordinate. It is for this reason, every subordinate should be given enough independence to carry the task given to him by his superiors. The managers at all levels delegate authority and power which is attached to their job positions. The subdivision of powers is very important to get effective results. 3.
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This note was uploaded on 11/25/2011 for the course MANAGEMENT mg101 taught by Professor - during the Fall '09 term at Montgomery.

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