Decentralization Requires Involvement and Empowerment

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Decentralization Requires Involvement and Empowerment
ernest agbenohevi, Consultant, Ghana, Member
Decentralization is preferred to centralization in many cases. But decentralized systems need to look at involving each individual at the decentralized unit.
To involve each individual means empowering the marginalized members of the community, so that decisions agreed upon would actually reflect the collective decision of the members of the community. Making such provision for each of the representations at the local level makes decentralization somewhat costly.
But there is the greater advantage of every individual being involved....Register

Decentralization is Good Because it Involves People
V E Ravichandran
I strongly advocate devolution of decision making (decentralization). This is advantage to the organization. This will involve individuals; be account...

Decentralization and Centralization Both are Good and Bad
connie pierson, Student (Other), United States, Member
I believe that both decentralization and centralization should be used. They both have good and bad characterizations, the organization would h...

Decentralization Enhances Ownership and Involvement
Judith M T Melsul, HR Consultant, Vanuatu, Member
Decentralization in a small archipelago country like Vanuatu, would be good for service delivery to the local community.
It will enhance ownershi...

Decentralization is Only Effective if the Targets are Capable to Receive it
Hasubi D Njoki, Management Consultant, Uganda, Member
Decentralization or devolution means little to targets that don't have the capacity to appreciate the technicalities of transfer of power between the ...


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