Delegation is not trying to make more work for your team, but to distribute it more efficiently so that tasks get allocated according to skills and workloads. If team members understand this, they’ll be happy to contribute to the team effort.Does Windows Server 2012 R2 support constrained delegation?
For detailed information about constrained delegation as introduced in Windows Server 2003, see Kerberos Protocol Transition and Constrained Delegation. The Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2012 implementation of the Kerberos protocol includes extensions specifically for constrained delegation.How do you delegate your responsibility?
Where possible, include people in the delegation process. Empower them to decide what tasks are to be delegated to them and when. Match the amount of responsibility with the amount of authority. Understand that you can delegate some responsibility, however you can't delegate away ultimate accountability. The buck stops with you!What are the principles of effective delegation?
Use the following principles to delegate successfully: Clearly articulate the desired outcome. Begin with the end in mind and specify the desired results. Clearly identify constraints and boundaries. Where are the lines of authority, responsibility and accountability? Should the person: Wait to be told what to do? Ask what to do?