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Unformatted text preview: According to this span, one manager can effectively and efficiently handle a large number of subordinates at one time. b. Narrow span of control-According to this span, the work and authority is divided amongst many subordinates and a manager doesn't supervises and control a very big group of people under him. The manager according to a narrow span supervises a selected number of employees at one time. The features are:- i. Work which requires tight control and supervision, for example, handicrafts, ivory work, etc. which requires craftsmanship, there narrow span is more helpful. ii. Co-ordination is difficult to be achieved. iii. Communication gaps can come. iv. Messages can be distorted. v. Specialization work can be achieved....
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