Disadvantages of decentralisation?
The disadvantages of decentralization are when a certain organization has already expanded, decentralization is not needed anymore. It can also result in inadequate control and appraisal.
Through decentralization power is bestowed upon various parts/limbs of the organisation/body,which is beneficial from the point of view of centralizing power in one hand/body. On the contrary, due to lack of proper control decentralisation becomes detrimental to interest of the organisation/body for whom it was intended to.
Basis Delegation of Authority Decentralisation Nature Delegation is individual. It usually involves two persons, i.e., supervisor and subordinate. Decentralisation is totalistic in nature. It involves delegation from top management to the department or the division of sectional level. Control Control rests with supervisor. All powers are given to concerned departments. Compulsion It is compulsory. It is not compulsory. Purpose The purpose of delegation is the multiplication of manager. The purpose of the decentralisation is to…