decentralize

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To cause something to change from being concentrated at one point to being distributed across a number of points
To reduce the authority of a governing body by distributing that authority among several bodies
said of authority, or the administration of public affairs
To prevent from centralizing; to cause to withdraw from the center or place of concentration; to divide and distribute (what has been united or concentrated); esp
de·cen·tral·ize decentralizes decentralizing decentralized in BRIT, also use decentralise To decentralize government or a large organization means to move some departments away from the main administrative area, or to give more power to local departments. They have decentralised the company and made it less bureaucratic. the need to decentralize and devolve power to regional governments + decentralization de·cen·trali·za·tion increased decentralisation and greater powers for regional authorities. to move parts of a government, organization etc from a central place to several different smaller ones   centralize
make less central; "After the revolution, food distribution was decentralized
{f} distribute administrative powers (of a central authority) among local authorities; make less central (also decentralise)
make less central; "After the revolution, food distribution was decentralized"
decentralization
The action of decentralizing, or the state of being decentralized
decentralized
Simple past tense and past participle of decentralize
decentralized
not centralized; having no center or several centers
decentralization
{i} distribution of administrative powers (of a central authority) among local authorities (also decentralisation)
decentralise
make less central; "After the revolution, food distribution was decentralized"
decentralise
To reduce the authority of a governing body by distributing that authority among several bodies
decentralise
To cause something to change from being concentrated at one point to being distributed across a number of points
decentralise
{f} distribute administrative powers (of a central authority) among local authorities; make less central (also decentralize)
decentralised
withdrawn from a center or place of concentration; especially having power or function dispersed from a central to local authorities; "a decentralized school administration"
decentralised
past of decentralise
decentralised
{s} dispersed, distributed; transferred administrative powers (of a central authority) among local authorities; withdrawn from a center (also decentralized)
decentralises
third-person singular of decentralise
decentralising
present participle of decentralise
decentralising
decentralizing(a): tending away from a central point
decentralization
the spread of power away from the center to local branches or governments the social process in which population and industry moves from urban centers to outlying districts
decentralization
Separation and distribution of authority, resources, and/or bureaucratic processes and jurisdictions to lower levels of government
decentralization
the spread of power away from the center to local branches or governments
decentralization
significant decision making authority is delegated throughout the organization to lower management levels
decentralization
places decision-making responsibility at divisional and departmental levels
decentralization
Movement of businesses and people to the suburbs from a central business area Deck A roofless, floored area that adjoins a house
decentralization
Occurs when lower- and middle-level managers are allowed to make significant decisions
decentralization
Significant decision making authority is delegated throughout the organization to lower management levels Topic areas: Governance, Operations Management and Leadership
decentralization
The transfer of authority and responsibility for public functions from the central government to subordinate or quasi-independent government organizations or the private sector This covers a broad range of concepts relating to the type of decentralization -- political, administrative, fiscal, or market See the World Bank's Decentralization website
decentralization
A transfer of the locus of decision-making authority concerning policies from a higher level of government to a lower level (e g , from federal to state or from state to county)
decentralization
Some of UMass's business processes will function differently after the PeopleSoft system goes live Certain responsibilities that are a central HR function in the existing system may be done by the department personnel in the new system For example, departments will do their own undergraduate and graduate student hiring which is currently performed by one central group of HR personnel This is known as decentralization of a function
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When an activity is performed in or controlled from many locations instead of a few There are many reasons why a business decentralizes certain processes A decentralized process is more robust in that a disaster at one location will not effect other locations Decentralization may be necessary in order to make the company's resources better available to customers, suppliers, or employees Decentralized control may foster creativity and allow individual parts of the company adapt to their purposes and locations better However, some some applications, such as e-commerce transaction processing, do not always lend themselves well to decentralization Decentralization may make it more difficult for upper management to supervise a process or gather necessary information from it
decentralization
the social process in which population and industry moves from urban centers to outlying districts
decentralization
Decisions are made by many different groups and individuals
decentralization
as used in the Plan, this involves the transfer of decision-making authority from the center towards the users In the case of basic education, this gives more responsibility to field personnel (i e , principal) who are closer to the users of the service (i e , students and their parents)
decentralization
1) the locating of organizational functions at places geographically removed from the home office of the organization 2) delegation of decision making authority and responsibility
decentralization
organizational structure in which many individuals or subunits can make decisions
decentralized
Decision making is spread downward from the top of an organization
decentralized
A physically disbursed support organization in which the customer determines the appropriate location and phone number to call for service, depending on technology, problem type or information needed, or other criteria See centralized and distributed
decentralized
withdrawn from a center or place of concentration; especially having power or function dispersed from a central to local authorities; "a decentralized school administration
decentralized
past of decentralize
decentralized
A system or process that initiates action by end users or locations, rather than by a consolidated central organization that pushes data, goods or services to those points based on its own parameters
decentralized
An organizational structure in which decision-making authority is located not at the center but at the nodes (Concept)
decentralized
{s} dispersed, distributed; transferred administrative powers (of a central authority) among local authorities; withdrawn from a center (also decentralised)
decentralizes
third-person singular of decentralize
decentralizing
present participle of decentralize
decentralizing
tending away from a central point
decentralize
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