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Receive email updates Never miss an update. Sign up to receive weekly emails with our latest posts. Subscribe RSS Feed. Recent Posts. Have more levels of reporting in the organization, resulting in a more heirarchical organization Supervisors can spend time with employees and supervise them more closely Creates more development, growth, and advancement opportunities. More expensive high cost of management staff, office, etc. More supervisory involvement in work could lead to less empowerment and delegation and more micromanagement Tends to result in communication difficulties and excessive distance between the top and bottom levels in the organization.
Have fewer levels of reporting in the organization, resulting in a more flexible, flatter organization Ideal for supervisors mainly responsible for answering questions and helping to solve employees problems Encourages empowerment of employees by giving more responsibility, delegation and decision-making power to them. Tends to result in greater communication efficiencies and frequent exposure to the top level of the organization May lead to overloaded supervisors if employees require much task direction, support, and supervision May not provide adequate support to employees leading to decreased morale or job satisfaction.