5.6. Planning Delegation

As I've already referenced a couple times throughout this chapter, in a large organization delegation can become one of your best friends. But if you're not careful, just like with Group Policy, it can also quickly become one of your greatest and most terrible enemies. Keep in mind that whenever you delegate control to a user for some reason, you are, by the very nature of the word, delegating authority.

And whenever you delegate any type of authority, there's a strong chance you can make a mistake. So, just as a warning before you get started, tread carefully when it comes to delegation, and never delegate too much. The goal with delegation is to achieve a balance where you alleviate burden from yourself, but don't ...

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