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A basic la sua of raana£«aant today Is tha controversial
sub jact of decentralizing managerial authority* Through
tha process of delegation, authority la coawtitted to sueeea*
aivaly lower levels of sianageaent and to tha worker* , Tha
ldaal situation is to allow daclalons to ba made at tha Iowaat
aanagenent level where managers ara capable of making those
Managerial decentralisation of authorlty la both a
philosophy and a technique. As a philosophy, decentralisation
la a belief hald by top aanageaent that all subordlnata mm~
agars and peraonael undar thaa should have a aaxlaua opportunity
to develop and as® their talents. As a technique, de-
centralisation la a method of organisation that peratlta
delegation of dealelon-aaking authority to senl~independent
unit a and individuals that eoapoae thosa unit a*
Conplete daeantrallsatlon of sanageriel authority aan
never ba obtained nor la It desired by a qr manager* Total
decentralization would otaa abdication by a Manager of all
his authority and rasponslbilitiaa•
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Kirkpatrick, Thomas O. Decentralization of Managerial Authority, thesis, 1958; Denton, Texas. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc107985/m1/98/?rotate=270: accessed March 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; .