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The article says it is about delegation of tasks to subordinates. I have copied the five steps of delegation from the disambiguation page to this page, where I feel they belong. I think they should be deleted from the disambiguation page and a link to this page provided instead (but I have not yet done that.) "Theory of Delegation" deserves its own page, and an entry on the "Delegation" disambiguation page. It does not belong on this page. "Delegation in Spain" seems to refer to a representative assembly. It also deserves its own page, and an entry on the "Delegation" disambiguation page. Lancele (talk) 00:50, 6 June 2011 (UTC)

can we move the 'Delegation from Spain' section somewhere else? have a look at the disambiguation page for a few likely places. (talk) 19:46, 25 February 2009 (UTC)

The example on this page, is at the level of entity to entity, not manager to employee, or person to person, and thus feels abstract. An additional example at the individual level or a pointer to a wikiversity page on supervision would be helpful. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 22:12, 2 February 2009 (UTC)

Can someone who knows these things look this over and figure out if this is worth keeping on the Wikipedia? -- Zoe

It's factually correct. It just needs rewriting to make it more encyclopaedic. -- Derek Ross

I've added some theories of delegation from politics and economics to this page to try and add some more substance to this article. blankfrackis 00:13, 17 November 2006 (UTC)

Also, the page seems to have a mixture of delegation as it applies to business management, and delegation as it applies to politics and economics. Perhaps they are separate things. The Letter J 13:01, 29 June 2007 (UTC)

Three Stages[edit]

Delegation has 3 stages

  1. Briefing
  2. Monitoring progress
  3. Evaluation and feedback

ceo 12:29, 5 September 2007 (UTC)