Assessing Your Organizational Span of Control. State Classification Office, September 2003. Changes in the Workforce. Workers are more independent and collaborative There is a greater focus on individual worker performance and less on supervision
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State Classification Office, September 2003
Free flow of information
Wide spans of control
Clean chains of command
Narrow spans of control
Can those employees being supervised be moved under another supervisor?
Can the current supervisor be a team leader?
If that position were to not supervise would it be needed?
Have you performed a job analysis (activity analysis) on the supervisory positions?
What value does this position create? Management and supervisory positions that do not add value commensurate with their costs should be eliminated or restructured.3. Identify Employees Who Supervise a Limited Number of Employees