This research takes an initial step towards exploring the relationship between delegation, employee development and productivity. Hypotheses will be tested with data from a sample of 300 employees, whom will be surveyed. A t-test of two means and a scatter plot will be used to determine the relationship between the variables. The probability level will also be used to examine the null hypothesis to determine whether or not the null hypothesis should be accepted or rejected. It is expected that the results will indicate that the null hypothesis should be rejected.
The company that the researcher will be studying and presenting this business proposal on behalf of is CCHS. CCHS specializes in creating, customizing and tailoring 24 hour/365-day a year homeowner assistance program for clients in a wide range of industries. They have been in operation since 1986 (20 yrs) and currently has 4000 employees in the South Florida Region; and an extensive network of over 40,000 pre-screened and pre-qualified service providers nationwide, CCHS can assist homeowners with almost any emergency or non-emergency home repair need.
The company is a growth oriented company, and as a result we have, always had a lot of internal promotions; at my location the present manager was promoted from subordinate, to manager. One major issue amongst others that has a risen is the lack of delegation, which is having a negative impact on employee development, motivation and the department overall. Many organizations suffer from a managerial condition known informally as delegation deficiency.
Perhaps nothing is more basic to the work managers than the process of delegation. Indeed, if one can embrace a common definition of management as being the accomplishment of work through others, it is delegation that primarily differentiates managers from those who are not considered managers. It is impractical for the manager/supervisor to handle all of the work of the... [continues]
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