Whenever a person or group of people delegate a task or objective to another person or group of people, this is what we expect will happen. Someone in a position of authority (e.g., citizens, members, shareholders, a board of directors, a boss) communicates clear objectives to a delegatee, who, by virtue of the role they accepted, Continue reading →
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