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Organisation and Management
Determines the employees that have the authority to make decisions and give tasks to other employees.
Chain of Command
Helps to determine how communication is to be used and how tasks are to be assigned. Workers that are higher in the chain of command are usually responsible for communicating to those lower in the chain of command and can give those lower in the chain of command tasks to complete.
When an employee with a higher rank in the chain of command gives his employee a new task.
Span of Control
Shows the number of subordinates that are under the control of the manager.
Elevates the employees' level of responsibility in the company.
Removes excess layers of management which means that communication will be faster between employees.
Decision making would be easier as there are lesser levels of management
Fewer management positions means less chances of a promotion for workers
Managers have a wide span of control so it would be harder to keep track on all of their workers
Power is centralised at the top levels and there is more employee control
More control over the business' activities
Performance would be better
Communications would take longer as there are a lot of layers
Businesses have to pay more due to the amount of management positions
Making clear aims and developing clear strategies to achieve them
Ensuring employees in the company are used in their full potential. Setting jobs and roles for people who are best suited to them
Having the respect of the employees in a way that allows the manager to direct them to complete tasks and objectives
Ensuring goals are being met and if not, finding ways to achieve them
Bringing various sections of the company to work together to ensure that the objectives are being met by being effective and efficient
Leader is the one who controls everything and does not ask for others' input. Ensures that worker is working in the right way
The leader asks subordinates for their input before making a decision. The leader also delegates tasks to his employees which gives them more responsibility
Leaders does not interfere often with his employees' work. Only gives guidelines to them.