Reducing control loss in organizations: the implications of dual hierarchies, mentoring, and strengthening vertical dyadic linkages
Faculty of Management Studies, University of Toronto, 1981 - Business & Economics - 34 pages
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appear that mentoring assumptions cadre members CATHERWOOD challenging assignments Control Loss Model Cornell University Cumulation Control Dansereau density of mentoring different numbers direct supervisor dual hierarchies show dual hierarchy model Dyadic Linkage model employees Evans explore the implication Function of Span gains in control Going from 50 Graen Haga he/she is supposed hierarchical levels hired hands his/her proteges his/her subordinates Implication of Dual improvement in control increased mentoring Insert Table internal efficiency leader level manager little potential loss in organizations lower level Martin G McGill members and hired mentoring activity Mentoring Density mentoring factor Mentoring Fraction mentoring relationships Number of Hierarchical Number of Levels organization member organizational levels overall control efficiency overall control loss potential for reducing Proportion of Cadre Proportion of Mentoring reducing control loss relationship individuals results of applying span of control staff and line STRENGTHENING VERTICAL DYADIC superior/subordinate Vertical Dyadic Linkage Williamson Williamson's 1971 YORK STATE SCHOOL