Bolmeijer, Marjan
April 2007
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Apr2007, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p17
The article focuses on the various degrees of delegating authority in the workplace. It states that the method of announcing and selling the decision to subordinates allows for disagreement. It cites that surrendering veto right is the highest level of power-sharing. It notes the difficulties in the transition to higher power-sharing.


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