unity of command

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Is the concept that nobody should receive instructions from more than one superior. It stems from early management theories that stressed the importance of producing a simple chain of command with clear lines of authority. Some contemporary management methods have broken away from the principle of unity of command through developments such as teamworking.

Subjects: Human Resource Management.

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