The Manager

Dec 14 2016 Published by under General

Delegate responsibility. But no authority, which we know should go parallel to the likely consequence liability.-frustration and demoralization in the subordinate, which could lead to internal conflicts. 5 Delegate against subordinate. Sometimes it occurs when the subordinate does not want to assume new responsibilities or the Manager so hastily decides to pass the monkey. Likely consequence.-subordinate resentment, estrangement between subordinate Chief. 6 Delegating too much power.

It is common in very paternalistic managers, looking more the effect of its people than efficiency. Likely consequence.-excessive decentralization as a consequence inefficiency in the actions and lack of authority. 7. The Manager communicates evil to their subordinates. Likely consequence.-inefficiency in processes and loss of resources 8.-handling ascending when subordinate returns APE Manager i.e.

returns delegated responsibility, under the pretext that needs help. Likely consequence-possible stress in the Manager, tottering authority. For these reasons the delegation of duties and responsibilities, is not an easy task to play correctly, therefore requires knowledge of business processes and staff with whom we have, since the motivation and organization of human energies in the pursuit of the objectives and goals must be well aligned and understood. 4. The advantage to the delegate: increase in the time available. Facilitates organizational communication involves and identify working groups specializing them. It motivates the worker. It develops the capacity of employees to make decisions and creates a culture of mitigation of risk processes in time, creating liability 5.-Considerations for delegation effective.-1. Identify and decide that activity is which will delegate 2. Select the person who is going to delegate 3. Previously set the type and degree of delegation. 4. As far as possible we should delegate based on goals, not tasks. 5 Timely training to subordinate 6. Define 7 control points. Check that the subordinates have understood, goals; results has been achieved; rules and procedures; limitations and responsibilities. 8.

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