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Individual Exercise 7-2: “In-Basket” Delegating is an important aspect of supervisory effectiveness. Still, according to Rue and Byars (2004) in Ch. 7 of Supervision: Key Link to Productivity , “failure to delegate is probably the most frequent reason that supervisors fail in their jobs” (p. 117). Some supervisors are reluctant to delegate at all; others do not quite know how to delegate, or they are unsure regarding which tasks should be delegated. Recall the basic steps in the delegation process from Ch. 7 of your text as you formulate your answers to this assignment. Resource: Ch. 7 (p. 126) of Supervision: Key Link to Productivity Follow the steps listed below to complete this 700- to 1,050-word assignment: Read Exercise 7-2: “In Basket.” Join the discussion thread to which your instructor has assigned you. Discuss, with your assigned classmates, which items in this exercise should be delegated and which should be acted upon. Choose one of the items on which you and your assigned classmates agreed and one item on which you and your assigned classmates disagreed. Explain the rationale for the issue that was agreed upon by all classmates present. Examine the issue on which you and your assigned classmates disagreed. Was your attitude on this issue affected by your own unwillingness to delegate authority? Was your attitude affected by your assessment that the task could not be delegated? Or was your attitude affected by your inclination to delegate but impacted by the difficulty you
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