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When did Zimbabwe gain independence which party has ruled since then and is its leader?
whendid zimbabwe gain independence which party has ruled since and whose its leader ...
What is the difference between authoritarian and democratic authority?
An authoritarian leader is someone who is in charge of every part of an organization. When the authoritarian leader tells the personnel what to do, then he or she must do exactly what they have been told to do in the correct way. An example of an authoritarian leader is a drill sergeant found in the army, telling troops exactly what to do. If the troops are unsuccessful to complete the task, then they will be punished. A democratic leader, on the...
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How Nike have used their business environments to gain market share on their competitors and become a leader in their industry?
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Should authority be delegated or not?
Authority should be delegated especially if a leader is leading a huge mass of people. Delegation of authority is very important because it helps a given government easier administration. ...
Asked in Management and Supervision
How did Weber define the Authority?
Max Weber proposed a three-part typology for authority, traditional, rational-legal and charismatic. Traditional authority leads to feudalism. Rational-legal authority leads to bureaucracy. Charismatic authority leads to a personal structure between a leader and his followers. ...
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What is the sign of authority that Saint Peter is given as leader of the Christian church?
Our Lord chose Peter to be the first leader (pope) of his Church and symbolically gave him the "Keys to the Kingdom of Heaven" as a sign of his authority. He is often pictured holding keys. ...