On the 4th Principle: Unity of Command

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On the 4th Principle: Unity of Command
Carol , Other, Malaysia
According to Fayol's 4th Principle, Unity of Command, I should receive instruction from one boss who is my immediate manager.
However I have been instructed by other managers from other department too. And even by my colleagues. These instructions make my work overloaded. Is this not a violation of this principle by Fayol?... Register

 
 
Multiple Instructions of Multiple Instructors
Franciscus Koning, Interim Manager, Netherlands
 
 
Unity of Command is Aimed at Avoiding Confusion
Richard Ngcobo, Other, United Kingdom
 
 
More than One Supervisor Chokes the Subordinate
Adeyinka Oluwaseun, Student (University), Nigeria
 
   
 
Discuss the Unity of Command Principle with your Immediate Boss
Mukwana Ronald Samuel, Student (University), Uganda
 
   
 
Confusion, Loss of Focus and Loss of Trust
Suleiman C. Muttani, Consultant, Tanzania
 
   
 
Don't Worry
dhanaraj, Professor, India
 
 
Unity of Command in Case of an Acting Supervisor
Bernard Ngwenya , Analyst, Zimbabwe
 
   
 
Play Along
wil son chnyamurindi, Other, Zimbabwe
 
 
Unity of Command is Just One Principle That is Violated
Jamie Solak, Strategy Consultant, United States
 
 
Unity of Command Enables Accountability
Kwok, Student (Other), Hong Kong
 
   
 
Unity of Command
David Egbeama, Manager, South Africa
 
 
Unity of Command Ensures Orderliness
Adeyinka Oluwaseun, Student (University), Nigeria
 
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