One key reason why delegation benefits me as a manager is that delegation of noncritical tasks helps me to allocate more time for the critical activities. I need not waste my time on doing the work which is comparatively less important and delegate those work to my subordinates who can perform them successfully. I can focus on the important tasks that need more attention.
One key reason why managers often fail to delegate is the fear of losing the control over the subordinates. Many managers want to make decisions by own and do not want to delegate the authority to make decisions to the subordinates based on this fear. They try to centralize the authority to retain their control over others.
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