The authority flows from top to bottom through the structure of an organization is the formal authority theory. Formal supervisory authority' is the right to command people, to tell them what they are to do and what they are not to do, and to guide their actions.
Goals, aims, purposes, missions and target is also known as
If the subordinates do not accept the command of their superior, then the superior cannot be said to have any authority over them is given in the acceptance of authority theory. Acceptance theory of authority states that a manager's authority rests on workers' acceptance of his right to give orders and to expect compliance. Workers have to believe that the manager can legitimately give orders and there is a legitimate expectation that the orders will be carried out.
A chronological sequence of steps to be undertaken to enforce a policy and to attain an objective is known as
A chronological sequence of steps to be undertaken to enforce a policy and to attain an objective is known as procedures. Procedures explain how to accomplish a task. A procedure is sometimes called a work instruction.