Effective management through delegation

@article{Muir1984EffectiveMT,
  title={Effective management through delegation},
  author={John Kenneth Muir},
  journal={Journal of Education and Training},
  year={1984},
  volume={26},
  pages={191-192}
}
  • J. Muir
  • Published 1 June 1984
  • Business
  • Journal of Education and Training
Management is concerned with the pulling together of resources so that the job is done efficiently, and that objectives are met within the time scale laid down. Of prime importance amongst those resources is the management of people, so as to use their skills and aptitudes. It is a question not just of using skills and aptitudes for the benefit of the firm, but also of providing encouragement and motivation for the people concerned. Effective delegation provides benefits in both directions. It… 

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