Compare and contrast decentralized infrastructure and centralized infrastructure. When is each most appropriate?
A decentralized infrastructure is one in which decision making authority is spread throughout the organization as opposed to being concentrated in top-level management positions.
There are benefits and drawbacks to both decentralized and centralized infrastructures. Typically a benefit for one will be a drawback for the other, and vice versa.
Decentralized infrastructures can be used when quick decision making is important because those closest and most familiar to the problem have ...
Included is a description of decentralized and centralized structures, along with a compare/contrast between the two. There is also a description of which structure proves to be more efficient depending on the situation.