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Unity of Command (In Management)

The principle that each person should report to one and only one manager.

(Quinn, R.E., & Faerman, S.R., & Thompson, M.P., & McGrath, M.R., & St. Clair, L.S. (2007).  Becoming a master manager: a competing values approach.  New Jersey: Wiley.)
     
Unity of Command (In Management)

The principle that each person should report to one and only one manager.

(Quinn, R.E., & Faerman, S.R., & Thompson, M.P., & McGrath, M.R., & St. Clair, L.S. (2007).  Becoming a master manager: a competing values approach.  New Jersey: Wiley.)

Approved for glossaryposting by Ben Eisen on March 20, 2011


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