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Title: دور تفويض السلطة في التوجه نحو اللامركزية الإدارية بالتعليم العالي في ليبيا
Authors: Amoirbe, Mustafa Ali
Keywords: Delegation of authority--Libya
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
Abstract: An organization’s lack of delegation of authority and centralization system leads to a delay of work achievement, and causes inflexibility of work stream. This study is aimed at identifying the impact of delegating authority on administrative decentralization by establishing a theoretical framework to integrate dimensions of the delegation of authority: authority level, laws and regulations, organizational structure and the controlling process. Thus, theoretical framework is also used to measure their impact on the administrative decentralization, which in turn includes administrative decentralization, speed of achievement and flow of information. A descriptive analytical method was adopted in this study and data was collected using self-administered questionnaires. The sample of the study included supervisory positions in the colleges at the western region of Libya; and the study population is 360 members. The data collected was analyzed using the Statistical Package for Social Scientists (SPSS-21.0) program. The study findings indicated that the effect for the delegation of authority on administrative decentralization was statistically significant, and it was concluded that the delegation of authority has a direct role in administrative decentralization through dimensional inclusions in the study, with different individual impacts. The study proved that (70%) of the extent of change in the trend towards decentralization resulted from a change in the level of delegation of authority. The study has shown as well that (61%) of the extent of the change in the speed of delivery is due to the change in the level of delegation of authority, and effects over the flow of information was about (54%). Moreover, the study showed a statistically significant difference between the answers of respondents about the delegation of authority and the administrative decentralization due to their demographic factors. Outcomes of this study also enable researchers and academics to develop sophisticated models to analyze delegation of authority and administrative decentralization in a scientific and detailed manner.
Description: Thesis (PhD)-- Faculty of Leadership and Management, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia, 2016
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