Delegation and Decentralization in Abdicating Authority and Upholding Ubuntu Philosophy in Social Welfare Organisations: A Critical and Theoretical Perspectives

The purpose concerning this paper search out improve on the faultfinders of commission and decomposition in abducting expert and maintaining Ubuntu principles in Social Welfare Organisations in Zimbabwe. In abdicating expert and maintaining Ubuntu Philosophy, the orderly disposal of expert by top administration in social work organisations debris a quarrelsome issue. Delegating maturity while abdicating respect and human nobility is a fault-finding issue in social work organisations, as few society-located organisations forsake to acknowledge the hereditary value of members before attempt projects and designating tasks. In political parastatals participatory representative principles are not efficiently executed when authorizing assignments, the top administration confines itself to important determinations fields like tactics making, arrangement and control. The lower level managers have enough conclusion making expert and support to present novelty in their work. Data accumulation systems that were secondhand contained notes, representative survey group conferences and interviews. The target public contained worldwide, sanctioned and non-sanctioned organisations in Zimbabwe. The study decided that commission and decentralisation in social work organisations are criticised on account of local beurocracy and prejudices that live in organisations. Respondents established that decentralisation is a meaningful obstruction in supporting organisational principles and morality. Some entrepreneurs in social work organisations do not comprehend the elementary need for elementary respect and benevolence for additional agents, to a degree giving accountable accountability.

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Tariro Portia Tendengu,
Zimbabwe Ezekiel Guti University, Bindura, Zimbabwe.

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Keywords: Delegation, decentralization, authority, Ubuntu philosophy, Social Welfare Organisations

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