Business Chain of Command?

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The chain of command also referred to as a scaler chain is the order in which authority and power in an organization is wielded and delegated from top management. This applies to every employee at every level of the organization from the top management to the low in ranking.
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I can only think of one: The tasks needed to be handed down throughout the organization may get jumbled/ misinterpreted because it goes through so many levels.
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A chain of command is part of a hierarchical organizational structure. It is the line along which orders are passed downward and other information is passed upward. In a hierarchical
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In 1947, President Harry S. Truman received from Congress a revision of U.S. succession law, which put two congressional officials closer in line for the presidency. Efforts to define
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n. , pl. , chains of command . A system whereby authority passes down from the top through a series of executive positions or military ranks in which each is accountable to the one
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Chain of command is an organizational structure in which authority passes down from the top and each person in the chain is directly responsible to the person above.
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