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decentralize in Business basics topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdecentralizede‧cen‧tral‧ize (also decentralise British English) /ˌdiːˈsentrəlaɪz/ verb [intransitive, transitive]  BBto move parts of a government, organization etc from a central place to several different smaller ones opp centralize Many firms are decentralizing their operations.decentralized adjective a decentralized economydecentralization /diːˌsentrəlaɪˈzeɪʃən $ -lə-/ noun [uncountable]→ See Verb table
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decentralizeWhich functional resources to centralize or decentralize 3.Investment in infrastructure will be much more decentralized.The state would also be highly decentralized.New technology allows companies to decentralize, contract out and break up large factories which have unionized workforces.Later, the delivery sys-tem was decentralized further, when the task of resupplying pills was turned over to village health volunteers.Fourth, decentralized institutions generate higher morale, more commitment, and greater productivity.President Ernesto Zedillo has decentralized its structure: two-thirds of its funds are now controlled by local governments.He has been Navajo president for one year, and his efforts to decentralize tribal government so far have fallen flat.