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A manager's need to exert tight controls on subordinates is most accurately captured by which of the following? a) Control may decrease as subordinates need less supervision. b) Control will
decrease as employees become less professional. c) Control will decrease as the manager gets to higher levels in the organization and work becomes less standardized. d)Control is generally the same in most organizations.
The answer is a) Control may decrease as subordinates need less supervision. :)
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