According to the Harvard Business Review, the main reason supervisors micromanage
is because their priorities are not clear-cut.
Soon after, I realized that I had to micromanage
He learned the hard way that the most detrimental thing executives can do is to try to micromanage
But oftentimes, bosses micromanage
because they're not getting what they need to do their jobs effectively or they're concerned that you're not cutting it.
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This unending flood of rigid and restrictive rules leaves little doubt that the NCUA board intends to zealously micromanage
federally insured credit unions in a compelling demonstration of interventionist government run amok.
Another reason board members micromanage
could be that governance requires, by its very nature, a long-range focus.
Some Pakistani politicians claimed the aid bill was an American attempt to micromanage
Pakistan's civilian and military affairs.
The same NPD manager appeared to micromanage
the development of a new fire detection system, which caused the scheduled launch date to be delayed.
technological prowess has made it possible to centralize command-and-control functions in the military, to the point that a general sitting at the Pentagon can micromanage
a war half a world away.
They're really smart, and there is no need to micromanage