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Management Bug

By definition, decentralized decision-making is any process where the decision-making authority is distributed throughout a larger group. It also connotes a higher power given to lower-level functionaries, executives, and workers. (1) The lack of decentralized decision-making will create problems.

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Eduardo Espinheira

Eduardo Espinheira

Eduardo Espinheira is a Consultant, Facilitator, Manager, Public Speaker, Creator of the Management Bugs&Fixes and the Machiavellian PM Stories

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