micromanagement

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micromanagement

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌmænɪdʒmənt)
n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the control of a business or project with excessive attention to minor details
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LAHORE -- Minister of State for Information Technology and Telecommunications Anusha Rahman Khan on Saturday inaugurated the National Incubation Centre (NIC) at the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), opening gates for developing entrepreneurship in the fields of technology and micro management.
Provision of support and maintenance of micro management platform integrated management of Vigo.
We often get a teenaged pupil coming to us and complaining how fed up he or she is with the micro management done by their parents at home.
He will have written down the principles behind what he wants in his clinic and let the micro management be done by people who are at the front end.
Big Phil Hogan appears to think that the setting up of the company is of enormous importance, but he also distances himself from the project by saying he is not into micro management.
It's micro management gone mad - staff are under pressure already and now managers are not giving them enough time with their customers.
As the trust got closer to Foundation Trust status they viewed challenges on the national targets as micro management, and were heavily resistant to providing information which they were not required to give through the contract.
com)-- COUPONPAQ combines a comprehensive suite of tools for advertising automation, shopper navigation and retention, and administrator site micro management.
He however said America neither interested in micro management and nor Pakistan would allow it under Kerry Lugar Bill.
Shadow agriculture minister Jim Paice said: "It is about time the Government trusted farmers to do the right thing and got out of the current mindset that without micro management, irresponsible methods would prevail.
A culture of micro management by Assembly Government in the management of the Social Housing Grant programme causing delays, potential under-spends and re-work.