managerial accountability

managerial accountability

The accountability a worker has to a manager in areas unrelated to professional judgment.
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But the report said: "Each of these services have been reduced substantially in terms of operational viability, blurred lines of managerial accountability and support and with no real strategic or operational rationale for such decisions being made.
In July, I appointed a group of very senior experts to advise me on the programmer's functions, structure, administration, and lines of managerial accountability. The advisory group provided this guidance with great diligence, and in great detail.
The main difficulty with such bureaucratic orientations, especially in resource-constrained settings, is that they result in mismatches in managerial accountability, that is, the degree to which managerial authority can be made answerable for achieving agreed-to performance targets.
A third form of constitutionally salient accountability is accountability through supervision and oversight--sometimes referred to as bureaucratic or managerial accountability. (249) This form of constitutional accountability is far less commonly acknowledged, despite its embodiment in the textual references to supervision detailed above.
They cover the need for reform, the responsibility of the host country, how to investigate misbehavior in international sports organizations, the reform impact on stakeholder involvement from the players' perspective, from patronage to managerial accountability, beyond changing the code: reforming culture, and the role of the audit and compliance committee.
explore the extent to which the regulatory state has taken a backseat to establishing effective managerial accountability mechanisms at the micro level.
The authors classify accountability into political and managerial accountability. The former is concerned with making officials who perform public duties answerable to the people.
As regards the managerial accountability accounting tools, as stated above, LGs are free to adopt the accounting method they prefer.
Managerial accountability, in fact, is centrally concerned with performance and results, but much less with input.
* A commitment by Manitoba Justice to work with the Human Rights Commission to develop and deliver human rights training for all staff and inmates, to integrate human rights training at all levels of corrections, and to ensure that accountability for human rights compliance is part of managerial accountability in the department.
International Association of Administrative Professionals, McKenzie Chapter - Program: "Managerial Accountability, A Bottom Up Approach," with Michael Levick of Lane Community College.