Establishing the rationale to formulate a heuristic decentralization philosophy: with emphasis on governmental organizations.
Wenzel, Robert F.
Johnson, Arlin Rex
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Management is dynamic in nature. Because this is so, it requires a continuous and realistic appraisal of its concepts and techniques, one of which is managerial decentralization. The purpose of this study is to gather evidence of the successful application of decentralisation as a management technique and further to analyze the major constructs of the decentralization philosophy resulting in the formulation of a universal framework within which decentralization may be implemented to the optimum degree.
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