Delegation and its importance

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Delegation and its importance

  1. 1. PRESENTED BY -RUPESH MANVE - 54AMOL BANKAR - 09MANOJ PALAKDHARI - 60AVEE MAGARE - 50RAHUL KASOTE - 46
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION :  Delegation is the process by which authority is granted to a sub-ordinate by his superior.  Delegation is the only solution to cope up with increasing workload of managers as the organizations grow.
  3. 3. IMPORTANCE OF DELEGATION It Saves Superior’s Time It Enables The Superiors To Focus On High Value It Enhances Sub-ordinates Abilities And Skills It Creates A Second Line Of Leadership
  4. 4.  DelegationCreates The Sense Of Belongingness & Togetherness It Creates Sense Of Urgency It Builds And Sustains Team Spirit It Generates Collective Responsibility
  5. 5. FACTORS TO EFFECTIVEDELEGATION Delegates Ability And Competency Vesting Of Authority Accountability
  6. 6. BARRIERS TO EFFECTIVE DELEGATION Lack Of Confidence In Sub-ordinates “I’ m The Best Does” Attitude Lack Of Ability To Direct Avoidance Of Risk Lack Of Developing Controlling System
  7. 7. ON SUB-ORDINATES SIDE Lack Of Self Confidence Lack Of Incentives Or Benefits Fear Of Criticism For Failure Fear Of Overburden LackOf Adequate Information And Resources.
  8. 8. SUMMARY “Delegation is a process of granting an authoritytosubordinates or employees to cope up with theincreasing work load & make effective use of timeand resources for the profit maximization of anorganization.”

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