Business Studies

In ABC Ltd. all the decisions are taken by top level management only. Which policy is followed by organisation? Explain the drawback of this organisation. 


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Centralization-
A concentration of control of an activity or organization under a single authority or top level management.
The following are the main drawbacks or disadvantages of centralization:
1.  Centralization Is Unsuitable For Large Organization
2.  Manager Is Overburdened
3.  Possibility Of Power Misuse
4.  Low Morale Motivation
5.  Lack Of Environmental Adaptation
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