Absolute decentralization is as hypothetical as absolute centralization Discuss Also explain the factors which affect the degree of decentralization Which is best Why?
Manfred Kochen has written: 'Principles of information retrieval' -- subject(s): Information storage and retrieval systems 'Some problems in information science' -- subject(s): Information storage and retrieval systems 'Decentralization' -- subject(s): Cost effectiveness, Decentralization in government, Decentralization in management, Mathematical models, Organizational sociology 'Principles of Information Retrieval (Information Science Series)' 'Integrative mechanisms in literature growth' -- subject(s): Information science 'The Small World'
Marcel Boyer has written: 'Conjectures, rationality, and duopoly theory' -- subject(s): Duopolies, Mathematical models 'Plantations by the River' 'The concept of adequate information' -- subject(s): Advertising, Commercial products 'Decentralized planning in unintegrated systems' -- subject(s): Business planning, Decentralization in management, Mathematical models
Decentralization is advantageous in that it allows a company to simplify expansion, delegate and divide responsibilities among departments, and improve diversity and product emphasis. Drawbacks of decentralization include a lack of uniformity in company policies, higher finance costs, internal conflicts and ownership's loss of authority.
Who is the Minister-Delegate to the Minister of Territorial Administrative in Charge of Decentralization for Mali?
E. R. M. Mapetla has written: 'Decentralisation & development in Lesotho' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Economic policy, Decentralization in government, Local government 'Decentralization in Botswana' -- subject(s): Central-local government relations, Decentralization in government, Local government
Daniel J. Brown has written: 'The impact of parental choice on three Canadian Public Schools' -- subject(s): Aims and objectives, Alternative schools, School choice, Public schools, Education, School management and organization 'Decentralization' -- subject(s): Schools, Decentralization 'Decentralization and school-based management' -- subject(s): Schools, Decentralization, School-based management, School management and organization, Educational accountability 'Schools with heart' -- subject(s): Public schools, Voluntarism, Volunteer workers in education
While the phrase 'decentralized companies' is somewhat of an oxymoron, as even most independent companies answer to a head office, there are organizations with decentralized models that might be considered 'companies.' These are often non-profit or not-for-profit companies that benefit from decentralization by adhering to a local model that would be inefficient in other company locales.