Implications of Decentralization

Implications of Decentralization - the employees since they...

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Implications of Decentralization 1. There is less burden on the Chief Executive as in the case of centralization. 2. In decentralization, the subordinates get a chance to decide and act independently which develops skills and capabilities. This way the organization is able to process reserve of talents in it. 3. In decentralization, diversification and horizontal can be easily implanted. 4. In decentralization, concern diversification of activities can place effectively since there is more scope for creating new departments. Therefore, diversification growth is of a degree. 5. In decentralization structure, operations can be coordinated at divisional level which is not possible in the centralization set up. 6. In the case of decentralization structure, there is greater motivation and morale of
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Unformatted text preview: the employees since they get more independence to act and decide. 7. In a decentralization structure, co-ordination to some extent is difficult to maintain as there are lot many department divisions and authority is delegated to maximum possible extent, i.e., to the bottom most level delegation reaches. Centralization and decentralization are the categories by which the pattern of authority relationships became clear. The degree of centralization and de-centralization can be affected by many factors like nature of operation, volume of profits, number of departments, size of a concern, etc. The larger the size of a concern, a decentralization set up is suitable in it....
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