A General Theory of Delegation, Accountability and Empowerment

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Delegation, accountability, and empowerment are parts of' a system aimed at high performance. This article presents definitions and purposes of these terms, describes the nature of their interrelationships and impacts on performance, and comments on how advanced program evaluation methods can render delegation and accountability more effective and empowerment less risky.

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