Ian Standish Monteith Hamilton Quote

If a man divides the whole of his work into two branches and delegates his responsibility, freely and properly, to two experienced heads of branches he will not have enough to do. The occasions when they would have to refer to him would be too few to keep him fully occupied. If he delegates to three heads he will be kept fairly busy whilst six heads of branches will give most bosses a ten hours' day. Those data are the results of centuries of the experiences of soldiers.


Sir Ian Hamilton, The Soul and Body of an Army, 1921

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If a man divides the whole of his work into two branches and delegates his responsibility, freely and properly, to two experienced heads of branches...

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If a man divides the whole of his work into two branches and delegates his responsibility, freely and properly, to two experienced heads of branches...

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If a man divides the whole of his work into two branches and delegates his responsibility, freely and properly, to two experienced heads of branches...

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If a man divides the whole of his work into two branches and delegates his responsibility, freely and properly, to two experienced heads of branches...