Scattered responsibility and authority, Operation Research

Scattered Responsibility and Authority: In a big industry responsibility and authority of decisions making is scattered throughout the organization and thus the organization. If it is not conscious may be followings inconsistent goals. Mathematical quantification of OR overcomes this difficulty also to a great extent.

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